Compound Subjects and Predicates

Compound Subjects and Predicates

Author: Janice Davis

By the end of this review lesson, students will be able to identify compound subjects and predicates in sentences.

Did you know that some sentences have more than one subject?  And, sometimes they have more than one predicate.  Can you identify these?  Better yet, can you write higher-level sentences that combine subjects or predicates to make it compound?

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Make sure you watch both of these tutorials!  They are a review, but you need to know these rules for the next new piece we will learn about sentences.

Click Here to watch your first video - Superheros and Compound Sentence Parts!


Click Here to watch your second video - Compound Subjects and Predicates.