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Compound Subjects and Predicates

A compound subject is two or more subjects that share a predicate. A compound predicate is two or more predicates that share a subject. Use commas to separate three or more subjects or predicates.

Decide if each sentence has a compound subject or a compound predicate.

Elementary Math Teacher
Charlton St. School

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