English Grammar Lessons
Compound Predicate - Glossary of Terms
The predicate is the part of the sentence that makes a
statement about the subject. The predicate usually tells what the
subject is doing, or what is happening to the subject.
A compound predicate tells two (or more) things about the same
subject (without repeating the subject).
in Bangor and speaks Welsh.
was late but contained exciting news.
They need to absorb nitrogen and
keep above 20 degrees. [show
me the compound
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