What is the subject in this simple sentence? Arabian, Appaloosa, and Morgan horses will be at the county horse show this week.






Answer 1
Answer: The answer is C. horses. The subject of the sentence can only be horses, as that is the only thing that works from the options provided but also because the sentence and the horse show are about the subject of horses. Appaloosa, Arabian, and Morgan are all breeds of horses.

Answer 2
Answer: horses because they are talking about different kind of horses or names of horses

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The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: "The author is trying to say Moocs will not reach the same level as Oxford and Cambridge meaning they are much better than Moocs." Oxford and Cambridge also has reputation to uphold as high education institution and therefore it sticks to its traditional teaching techniques.

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Which of these singular nouns has an irregular plural form? A. House
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C. Bear
D. Chimney


Foot! The plural form of foot will become 'feet'. 

The answer is B! I hope this helps!

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Most likely D.

A Most of the characters are based on real people or are real people sent to hell

B no

C I thought it was around Satan himself, trapped in the ice in the innermost circle?

D This makes the most sense

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Hope this helped!
D because this it makes sense