Compound Predicates
Compound Predicate/Verb Definition
A compound predicate/verb occurs when two or more verbs appear in a single sentence and share the same subject.
Examples of Compound Predicates/Verbs

Some examples of compound predicates would be the following:

Tyree mowed three lawns and earned sixty dollars.

Sofia prepped the food, placed it in the oven, and waited for it to bake.

The campers pitched their tents and built a fire.

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