In the Following Question, Identify the Correct Subject and Verb. the Subject is in Bold and the Verb is Underlined. this Gorgeous Grand Sitar is Tuned to Perfection. - English Language

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In the following question, identify the correct subject and verb. The subject is in bold and the verb is underlined.

Options

  • This gorgeous grand sitar is tuned to perfection.

  • This gorgeous grand sitar is tuned to perfection.

  • This gorgeous grand sitar is tuned to perfection.

  • This gorgeous grand sitar is tuned to perfection.

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Solution

The subject here is 'sitar' with 'this', 'gorgeous' and 'grand' as its qualifiers; and, 'is tuned' is the verb form.
Therefore, 'This gorgeous grand sitar is tuned to perfection.' is the correct option.

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