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I want to chew some bubblegum.
I
Subject
want to chew some bubblegum
Predicate
Salmon are born in freshwater streams.
Salmon
Subject
are born in freshwater streams
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Here are my favorite toys.
my favorite toys
Subject
Here are
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My books were sold for $52.
My books
Subject
were sold for $52
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Was gold discovered?
gold
Subject
Was discovered
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The ancient Egyptians considered cats sacred.
The ancient Egyptians
Subject
considered cats sacred
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Give your money to Henry please.
(you)
Subject
Give your money to Henry please
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Didn't you see the information about the cat show?
you
Subject
Didn't see the information about the cat show
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The plants have huge flowers.
The plants
Subject
have huge flowers
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Don't hurt my pen.
(you)
Subject
Don't hurt my pen
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We have been practicing all night.
We
Subject
have been practicing all night
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The blossom may be as wide as a yard.
The blossom
Subject
may be as wide as a yard
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Each flower has five wide lobes.
Each flower
Subject
has five wide lobes
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Jump in the air and turn around.
(you)
Subject
Jump in the air and turn around
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Broccoli, carrots, and squash are all vegetables.
Broccoli, carrots, and squash
Subject
are all vegetables
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Is that alligator hungry?
that alligator
Subject
Is hungry
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Haven't cats been pets for thousands of years?
cats
Subject
Haven't been pets for thousand of years
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Anyone can whistle.
Anyone
Subject
can whistle
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What did the scientists learn?
the scientists
Subject
What did learn
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Don't forget your camera.
(you)
Subject
Don't forget your camera
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