What Is a Complete Subject in a Sentence?

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Complete subject refers to the person or object that is doing the verb plus the descriptive words, that is the modifier. For example in the sentence 'The big, hungry, Martian grabbed a student from the back row', 'The big, hungry, Martian' is the complete subject.
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It is the subject and any modifiers.
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The subject of a sentence is who or what a sentence is about. If you can find the verb of a sentence then you will be able to pick out the subject by asking yourself who or what does
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The part that names what is talked about is the complete subject. The brown
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i think it is "a famous British surgeon" but it has been a long long time since i did this in school.
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A complete subject of a sentence is the part of a sentence that shows who or what is doing the verb together with all the modifiers that go with it. It names what is being talked about and is made up of several words that give detailed descriptions of it.
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