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Compound Predicates

Honors English 10 project
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Mesk Zclm

on 18 September 2012

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Transcript of Compound Predicates

Compound Predicate A Compound Predicate (or Compound Verb) is made up of two or more verbs or verb phrases that are joined by a conjunction and have the same subject. 1. Unicorns gallop and trot. Parallel and Nonparallel Compound Predicates A rainbow shines and glows. Verbs both have the same tense. Subject of sentence Strawberries are smashing and crushed to make jam. Not Parallel Strawberries are smashed and crushed to make jam. Subject of Sentence Verbs are now both have the same tense. Label the subject and verbs. 4. Shianna loves and eats ice cream. Is this sentence parallel or not parallel?
Label the subject and the verbs. Unicorns gallop and trot. Verbs are in same tense. Subject of sentence 2. An experienced pilot studies and knows about air currents. An experienced pilot studies and knows about air currents. Subject of Sentence Verbs 3. Hearing the exciting announcement, the audience members loudly cheered and whistled. Hearing the exciting announcement, the audience members loudly cheered and whistled. Subject Verbs Shianna loves and eats ice cream. Subject Verbs This Sentence is parallel 5. Sarah likes and collected jewelry of all kinds. 5. Sarah likes and collected jewelry of all kinds. Subject Nonparallel Verbs Sarah likes and collects jewelry or all kinds. Same tense 6. We are presenting and providing you with information about compound predicates. We are presenting and providing you with information about compound predicates. Subject http://goanimate.com/videos/0x8Hq7Sye3wY?utm_source=linkshare&uid=0cUHcj5OhARI By Shianna Thorpe and Maris Lutzke The glacier began to slip down the mountainside and eventually crushed some of the village's outlying buildings. Verbs Subject Verbs
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