What is a simple subject?

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A simple subject is the main word in a sentence that tells who or what the sentence is about. It is habitually a single word. Some of these include tree, teacher, animal, alien, and dog.
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A simple subject is a subject that is stripped of all words that modify it. For example, for a subject such as 'A piece of pepperoni pizza', the simple subject is 'piece.'
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