In a complete sentence, there is a subject and a predicate. The subject is a noun and it tells what or who the sentence is about. The predicate is the verb. It may also include helping verbs. All parts of the verb are called a verb phrase.
When identifying parts of a sentence, you may be asked to identify the complete subject and the complete predicate. The complete subject includes all of the words before the subject. The complete predicate includes all of the words from the verb to the end of the sentence.
A compound subject includes two subjects and a compound predicate includes two verbs. Therefore an example of a sentence with a compound predicate would be “An architect designs the building and prepares the blueprints.”
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The correct answer is "Has been eaten".