Compound subjects and compound predicates

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  • 1. Part 3: Compound Subjects & Predicates Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott

2. Today, we are going to learn about compound subjects and predicates. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 3. A compound subject has more than one simple subject. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 4. EXAMPLES Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 5. Jack and Jill went up the hill. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 6. Joe and Sara run track. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 7. A compound predicate has more than one simple predicate. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 8. EXAMPLES Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 9. Eric plays football and swims on the swim team. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 10. Samantha walks her dog and grooms him. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 11. Ann eats lunch and reads her book. Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 12. Combine the sentences below to make a compound predicate. The dog dug a hole. The dog buried the bone. _____________________________________ Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 13. Combine the sentences below to make a compound predicate. The children got off the bus. The children walked into the school. _____________________________________ Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 14. Combine the sentences below to make a compound predicate. Scott jumped in the air. Scott dunked the basketball. _____________________________________ Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 15. Combine the sentences below to make a compound subject. The boy sang a song. The elephant sang a song. _____________________________________ Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott 16. Combine the sentences below to make a compound subject. Sarah pointed at the giraffes. John pointed at the giraffes. Paul pointed at the giraffes. _____________________________________ Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott