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What is the difference between a complete subject and a simple subject?
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The simple subject is just the noun itself; the complete subject is the noun plus everything that modifies it.

For example:

"The green toad hopped onto the grass." 

"Toad" is the simple subject;
"the green toad" is the complete subject.

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what is the complete subject and the simple subject of the following sentences?

1. Vall shows numbers in picture forms.

2. We use numbers to solve problems.

3. Sam explains the math lessons to the class.

4. I learned about many different types of graphs.

5. Learning is useful in everyday life.
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Anonymouswhat is the complete subject and the simple subject of the following sentences?

1. Vall shows numbers in picture forms.

2. We use numbers to solve problems.

3. Sam explains the math lessons to the class.

4. I learned about many different types of graphs.

5. Learning is useful in everyday life.

Here complete subjects and simple subjects are the same Emotion: smile
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Yes.

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GuestWhat is the difference between a complete subject and a simple subject?
what is the simple and complete subject of the sentence:

Many kinds of hobbies are popular nowadays.
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Simple subject: hobbies

Complete subject: Many kinds of hobbies
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