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how would i do this?

Provide your own examples for the following types of sentences.
Make them ONE CLAUSE.
Use "John Doe" in the PREDICATE OF EACH OF YOUR SENTENCES!

Question: empirical/descriptive



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Hi Angel,

Please don't use so many question marks. One is sufficient. I don't understand your question anyway. You are supposed to write an empirically descriptive, single-claused question using 'John Doe' in the predicate? Well, the predicate is everything except the subject of a sentence, so you could write, for instance, 'Where is the blue tattoo on John Doe?'

Or is there something more tricky involved here?
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I think it is more tricky. The quiz I am doing is called "An unbelievably tricky quiz". I put "I abhore John Doe." The subject yould be "i", and the rest the predicate. Am I right?
Sounds good; but it's not descriptive and it's not a question. Is that OK?
they do not have to be a question, a sentance is suffice. I thought "abhore" is descriptive.
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Hmm.. Well then, almost every word is descriptive, isn't it? I was thinking along the lines of 'tall /old / rectilinear'-- you know, descriptive adjectives. Anyway, good luck with the quiz.