Monday, 3 December 2012


A simple sentence is a sentence that had one subject part and one predicate part.

A compound sentence is a sentence that contains two or more simple sentences joined by and, or, or but.

A compound subject has two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects are joined by and.

A compound predicate is a predicate that has two or more verbs with the same subject. The verbs are connected by and or or.

In a compound sentence, use a comma before and, or, or but when they join simple sentences.

In a series of three or more nouns or verbs, use commas to separate them.

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