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Are these simple subjects correct in the following sentences?

Please explain how they were grown.

They used potatoes to make a special flour.

Guess how the flour was made.

The Inca mashed the potatoes with thier feet.

Imagine walking on all those potatoes.

People still make potato flour today.

The English people did not eat potatoes until the eighteenth century.

Tell me why the Irish grew potatoes.

The potato may be used for food in space.
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Only these are correct simple subjects:

They used potatoes to make a special flour.
The English people did not eat potatoes until the eighteenth century.

Tell me why the Irish grew potatoes. (You have underlined the subject of the dependent clause, however; it is not the subject of the main clause.)

The potato may be used for food in space.
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AnonymousAre these simple subjects correct in the following sentences?

Please explain how they were grown. -- No, there is no subject here. It's an imperative, and the subject is "you" but is unstated.

They used potatoes to make a special flour. -- Okay

Guess how the flour was made. -- No, another imperative, so no subject

The Inca mashed the potatoes with thier feet. -- No. You have underlined the verb. Try to find the subject.

Imagine walking on all those potatoes. -- Another imperative.

People still make potato flour today. -- No. You have underlined an adverb. Try to find the subject.

The English people did not eat potatoes until the eighteenth century. -- Okay

Tell me why the Irish grew potatoes. -- The subject of the main sentence is the unstated "you" but in the embedded sentence, you have the subject.

The potato may be used for food in space. -- Okay

Sorry, my post didn't "take" so now I'm late but I hope the additional information here might help you.

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thank you. So the rest that are underlined are incorrect?
Yes.
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Thank you! I am helping my 5th grader with homework and wasn't sure of his answers . I'v been out of school for 30+ years, so I have forgotten alot.