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On the rooftop behold a 300-meter landscape garden divided into zones including a 'pause area' for quiet contemplation.

Since behold means see, I would write: On the rooftop we can behold a 300-meter landscape garden divided into zones including a 'pause area' for quiet contemplation.

If the original sentence is not wrong, please tell me what is the subject and verb.

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  • The original is OK but your re-write sounds very unnatural.
    – mdewey
    Jul 9, 2021 at 16:16

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It is the imperative (command) form. In the imperative, the implied subject is “you.” It is simply instructing you to notice the garden.

It would have been better to add a comma after “rooftop,” but the sentence is grammatically correct.

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