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  • In philosophy, a subject is a being which has experiences or a relationship with another entity (or "object"). Hence the word subjective. See subject (philosophy).

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The Subject of a Sentence (0 words)
Is connects the subject to something that is said about it, that the bathroom is a disaster.
The simple subject, on the other hand, is the who or what that is doing the verb without any of the provided description.
Sometimes a prepositional phrase appears to be either the subject itself or part of the subject.
Subject (grammar) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (825 words)
The subject of a sentence is (in English) an obligatory sentence element.
The subject of a sentence is sometimes defined as the argument that generally refers to the origin of the action or the undergoer of the state shown by the predicate.
In a language that marks morphological case on the arguments of a proposition, the subject tends to be marked with the least salient morphology, or is left unmarked.
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