Compound Predicates (Grade 6)

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 Compound Predicates  (Grade 6)Combining Sentences: Compound Predicates (Definition, Examples, and Worksheet)


Compound Predicate Definition
A compound predicate has two more simple predicates that share the same subject. Use the word and, but, or or to join the parts of a compound predicate.

Compound Predicate Examples 
  • Mom docked the boat. Mom went ashore.
  • Mom docked the boat and went ashore.

Combining Sentences: Compound Predicates Worksheet

Combine the sentence pairs to form one sentence.

1. I stayed behind. I watched the ducks.
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2. The ducks paddled around. The ducks shook their feathers.
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3. They flapped their wings. They flew away.
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4. My mother returned. Mom started the engine.
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5. The engine sputtered. The engine didn’t stop.
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