Every year, Jake and Katie go to a kite-flying contest at school.

Is this sentence a compound subject or compound predicate?
AnonymousEvery year, Jake and Katie go to a kite-flying contest at school.
In my opinion, "Jake and Katie" is a compound subject.
The predicate has only one finite verb, "go." So it can't be compound.
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Compound subject (Jake and Katie).
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