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Compound Subjects - 6th Grade Grammar

Compound Subjects - 6th Grade Grammar


Remember!

A compound subject has two or more subjects with the same predicate. 

Examples:
        Lauren and Amy take acting classes once a week.
        Tsunamis and hurricanes endanger people living near the coast.
        Daisy and Omar enjoy playing outside together in good weather.
        All the dogs and their owners enjoy the weekend classes.

Combine subjects using and, or, or but, or the words either/or or neither/nor.

Examples:
        Brett volunteered at the rally. Diane volunteered at the rally.
        Brett and Diane volunteered at the rally.
        Neither the president nor her assistant has replied to the accusation.
        Mom or Sharon will bring the dessert.
        Neither yellow nor red matches that comforter.
        Neither Omar nor Daisy likes to be outside in the rain.

Compound Subjects Activity - 6th Grade Grammar

Choose whether the underlined word or group of words is a compound subject or a simple subject.
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