Thursday, December 31, 2020

Lesson 99 - Parts of the Sentence - Subject/Verb

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The subject of the sentence can also be compound. A compound subject is joined by either a co-ordinate conjunction or a correlative conjunction.
 
     Example: 
     The bell and siren rang.

Instructions: Find the subject, verb, and conjunctions in these sentences.

1. Barbara, Ann, and Jeanne came home for the holidays.

2. Either Jim or Jeff will move to the new apartment.

3. Both Pam and her husband love the new baby.

4. You, Joe, and I are in the new play.

5. Mom or Dad will be gone by morning.


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Answers:

1. Barbara, Ann, and Jeanne came home for the holidays.

2. Either Jim or Jeff will move to the new apartment.

3. Both Pam and her husband love the new baby.

4. You, Joe, and I are in the new play.

5. Mom or Dad will be gone by morning.
 

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