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Compound Subject and Predicate
 
Directions: Indicate whether the sentence has a compound subject or a compound predicate.

 

 

 

  1. Jim and Ruth climb rock walls.
    • compound subject      compound predicate

 

  1. Mr. Scott writes and draws on the computer program.
    • compound subject      compound predicate

 

  1. Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse were the creation of Walt Disney.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. Our planet revolves around the sun and rotates on its axis.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. The A minor chord and the C minor chord sound different.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. Dolphins and porpoises have highly developed reasoning abilities.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. John Lennon wrote and performed the song "Imagine".
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. Asians and Hispanics are minorities in the United States.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. Maya Angelou writes poetry and has appeared on many TV shows.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. Parentheses and brackets tell us which operation to do first.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. Platelets and red blood cells are found in the blood.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. Flowers and trees can be found near the capital.
    • compound subject      compound predicte
  1. The directions said to recite and repeat until understood.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. The principal and the teacher are best friends.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
  1. John selected and paid for the newly released CD.
    • compound subject      compound predicate
 

 

       

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