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1. My preferred subject has always been English literature.

2. A big title and huge corner office are of no interest to Selina.

Just trying to find both. This grade school homework is making me feel stupid lol
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Hi;

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You are asking about compound subjects and compound predicates.

Do you know what a subject is?
Do you know what a predicate is?
Do you know what "compound" is?

Can you find the subject in sentence #1 or sentence #2?

I ask because it will be easier to answer you if I know what kind of problem you have.
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I have the same 2 sentences that I am trying to help my son with. I am lost on finding the compund subject or compound predicate.
AnonymousI have the same 2 sentences that I am trying to help my son with. I am lost on finding the compund subject or compound predicate.
First find the verb in the sentence.
Can you do that?
Outaw0fTorn 1. My preferred subject has always been English literature.2. A big title and huge corner office are of no interest to Selina.Just trying to find both. This grade school homework is making me feel stupid lol
What is the compound subject and compound predicate to the question?
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