Compound Subjects and Predicates
Compound subjects are two or more nouns that share the same action in a sentence. Compound predicates are two or more verbs that share the same subject in a sentence. Combining two or more subjects and predicates can make complex sentences with more detail.
compound subjects and predicates
Compound Subject: two or more subjects in a sentence joined by a conjunction (e.g. and, or, nor), which are used together to refer to the same person or thing.
Compound Predicate: two or more verbs in a sentence joined by a conjunction (e.g. and, or, nor), which are used together to describe the same action.
Compound Sentence: a sentence containing two or more independent clauses, connected by a coordinating conjunction (e.g. and, or, but, nor).