7 November, 08:37
Select S if the sentence fragment is a subject (noun phrase) or P if it is a predicate (verb phrase).
will be visiting us this fall
7 November, 10:12
P - It is a predicate (verb phrase) because of the words "will be visiting".
If you make it into a complete sentence, it will be:
They will be visiting us this fall.
"They" is the subject and "will be visiting us in fall" is the predicate.
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