Compound subjects are made up of two or more simple subjects. Over the past week, we were able to understand what a predicate assessment is and how to identify both a subject and predicate within a sentence. The quiz below is specifically designed to help you answer it all. Give it a shot and see just how much you understood.
Carpenters and construction workers arrive early to the work site.
It takes many people to complete a building project.
The project coordinator is the executive officer of the company.
An architect designs the building and prepares the blueprints.
A cape and a cloak are the same type of clothing.
A mantle is a wooden or stone structure around a fireplace.
The cloak hung neear the mantle.
The mantle was the perfect place to display the clock.
Both teachers and students enjoy the sunshine in the open area outside the cafeteria.
Six students sat down at an outside table and ate their lunches.
Squirrels sometimes look under the tables for leftover bits of students' lunches.
At the end of the lunch period, the students and teachers cleaned up the area.
Howling wind and drenching rain rattled the loose windows on the old cabin.
The rain beat down on the broken roof and leaked in through the cracks in the door.
The wind howled around the corners of the dwelling.
The storm swept past the cabin and was suddenly gone.
A hare and a tortoise are fascinating animals to compare.
A tortoise walks very slowly to its food, and it chews it just as slowly.
A hare, a type of rabbit, can run very quickly and can pop into its burrow just as fast.
No one knows if a hare and a tortoise ever really had a race.
A king cobra and a mongoose do not make a good combination.
King cobras love to make nests in piles of dried leaves.
Mongooses enjoy sneaking up on a cobra nest and stealing the eggs.
Cobras will strike at a mongoose, but a mongoose can move quickly out of the way.
Charleze studied at the Algonquin School for Interpretive Dance and at the Hudson River Music Academy.
Charleze studied at the Algonquin School and the Hudson River Music Academy for choir practice and interpretive dance.
Charleze studied at the Algonquin School for Interpretive Dance and attended choir practice at the Hudson River Music Academy.
Charleze studied at the Algonquin School for Interpretive Dance, but she also attended choir practice at the Hudson River Music Academy.
Living inside the old barn were a large brown horse and a short white cow.
Only two dozen children rode the bus that day, but it was still very noisy.
The green cicada is an insenct found in yards and parks all over town.
A small lizard slithered his way under the rock and out of sight.
A circling hawk is a threat to a ground squirrel.
Our baggage was lost in the huge airport terminal.
Throughout time, the skies have fascinated people.
The spider makes a wheel-like web and catches its prey.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.