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Subject and Verb

Identify the subject and verb in each sentence.

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Four of my friends had won tickets to the Whitney Houston concert. friends=subject; had won = verb
This car is powered by solar batteries. car = subject; is powered = verb
At the back of your literature book is a glossary of literary terms. glossary of literary terms=subject; is =verb
The world’s second-largest continent is Africa. continent=subject; is=verb
George will have already left for the movies. George=subject; will have left=verb
Do you ever watch the game show Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego? you=subject; do watch=verb
At the bookstore the mystery writer will autograph copies of her new novel. writer=subject; will autograph-verb
One of our favorite sports is basketball. One=subject; is=verb
The howls of the wolves can also warn other wolves to stay away. howls=subject; can warn=verb
Large numbers of wolves have been killed in the United States. numbers=subject; have been killed=verb
The town's water pipe was in the way of the new bridge. pipe=subject; was=verb
What solution did the town adopt? town=subject; did adopt=verb
There was space for a new pipe along the underside of the bridge. space=subject; was=verb
Last night brought the coldest weather in ten years. night=subject; brought=verb
At three o'clock in the morning the town was awakened by the fire siren. town=subject; was awakened=verb
In the center of town a big house was blazing. house=subject; was blazing=verb
The fire hoses were useless. hoses=subject; were=verb
The water had frozen in the exposed pipe under the bridge. water=subject; had frozen=verb
The poor man's mistake had come home to roost. mistake=subject; had come=verb
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