In the sentence "mary caught a frog," the common noun serves as
First, let's identify the common noun:
Mary - wrong, cause it's a name.
Frog - yes, it's a common noun.
Second, let's see its role in the sentence:
It comes after a verb, showing that it must be either an object of a predicate.
Predicate - wrong, cause "caught" is not a linking verb.
Object - correct answer.
---> Final C.
A cannot be correct because the subject is 'Mary' which is a proper noun.
One word cannot be simultaneously a subject and an object, so B isn't correct.
In C, the verb is actually 'caught', verb cannot be a noun.
B. the object of the sentence.
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The common noun is "frog" while "Mary", the other possible noun, is a proper noun.
In the sentence "Mary caught a frog", the common noun serves as: (A) the subject of the sentence.
The common noun in this sentence is 'frog' and we can see that the verb or the action (caught) is being performed on the frog. Therefore frog is the subject of the sentence.