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Compound sentence about a movie

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Okay..ummmmmm... Pick a movie.
despicable me

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Alright. Does the sentence have to include anything specific?
yes, do u know what independent clauses are?
see i have to use FANBOYS
and then another independent clause.
Holy crap. You have to include all that in your sentence?
just one fanboy, such as 'and' or 'for'
so, two independent clauses and one fanboy
Ohhh okay.
Can it be about a character?
yeah,lol, u thought all fanboys?
um, sure, i think
id say met teacher would b fine with it.
Gru is despicable, but he learned that love conquers all. (My mom made this btw .-.)
oh, ok
lol, srry, had to go to..
tell ur mom tnx
could u tell me what the subject and verb are in each go the clauses plz
Subject: Gru Verb: Learned
there are two clauses. on the first clause, is it subject : gru verb: is and subject: he verb:learned?
Yupp. You're welcome.
Im grateful:) will fan

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