Compound Subjects
Compound Subject Definition
A compound subject occurs when two or more subjects exist in a single sentence and share the same verb.
Examples of Compound Subjects

Some examples of compound subjects would be the following:

The teacher and student approached the scorer’s table.

After breakfast Angelina and Shaun walk to school every day.

That team’s player and the referee debated the foul.

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