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Compound Predicates

A compound predicate is when the subject of the sentence does two (or more) different things. Here are some examples:

Instructions for the Quiz:

Each sentence on the quiz has either a compound subject or a compound predicate.

Side Note:

A compound predicate should not be confused with a compound verb. A compound verb is a two-word verb that functions as a single verb. Here are some examples:

  • Mary took off her makeup before bed.
  • I worked out at the gym.
  • Yvonne believes in ghosts.