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There isn't any such factor as an excessive amount of writing perform. those two-part binder courses construct abilities incrementally from vivid suggestion to polished ultimate product. those stimulating classes will permit scholars to really benefit from the writing procedure. comprises features of Writing correlation.
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Saddleback Publishing, Inc. com • Beginning Writing 1 21 NAME DATE UNDERSTANDING THE SENTENCE: COMPOUND PREDICATES The predicate is the part of a sentence that tells something about the subject. The predicate always includes the verb. A compound predicate contains two or more verbs. EXAMPLE: We ate and danced at the party. A. Circle the compound predicate in each sentence. 1. Maurice wrote and mailed the party invitations on Tuesday. 2. Josie and Bill will dance and sing to entertain us. 3. Should we drive or walk to the party?
4. Both the wind and the sun ( creates / create ) energy. 5. Neither coal nor other fossil fuels ( is / are ) limitless forms of energy. 6. Usually, Dad or the kids ( picks / pick ) up the trash. B. Use a compound subject to make one sentence from each group of sentences. The first one has been done for you. 1. James recycles soda cans. Mary recycles soda cans. ____________________________________________________________________ James and Mary recycle soda cans. 2. Lia conserves water. Paul conserves water.
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