So I have this sentence What the feeling of the student is. But I'm a bit confused when identifying the subject and object of this sentence. Can anyone help me?

  • I guess it is nicer to show the effort you already made, such as the definition/explanation and examples on dictionary or other trusted reference.
    – WXJ96163
    Mar 24 '20 at 5:30
  • The sentence is either ungrammatical or embedded. That kind of clause cannot be a stand-alone sentence. It needs to be part of a larger sentence: "I don't know what the feeling of the student is".
    – user178049
    Mar 24 '20 at 6:58
  • It's a subordinate clause that is part of a larger construction. More specifically, it's probably an interrogative clause (embedded question). The subject is "the feeling", but there is no object -- "what" is predicative complement of "is".
    – BillJ
    Mar 24 '20 at 7:27

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