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Grade 2 - English Language
3.35 Sentence - Compound Predicates

A compound predicate is made by joining two sentences that have the same subject. The compound predicates are joined together by and.

Directions: Join the two sentences using a compound predicate.

Q 1: Bob has seen New York. Bob has seen Washington, D.C.
Bob has seen New York, Washington, D.C.
Bob has seen New York and Washington, D.C.
Bob has seen New York and Bob has seen Washington, D.C.

Q 2: Jan can jump. Jan can run.
Jan can run and jump.
Jan can jump and Jan can run.
Jan can run, jump.

Q 3: The dog can roll over. The dog can bark.
The dog can roll over and the dog can bark.
The dog can roll over and bark.
The dog can bark, roll over.

Q 4: Mrs. B is smart. Mrs B is Tall.
Mrs.B is smart and tall.
Mrs B is tall, smart.
Mrs. B is smart and Mrs B is Tall.

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