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FAN AND MEDAL FOR GOOD HELP!!!!!! Which simple sentence has a compound subject? A. Becky, Anne, and I are planning a birthday party for Carrie. B. Three different kinds of cake will be served. C. We will decorate the house with balloons, streamers, and ribbons. D. Carrie's birthday is on July 22.
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When a sentence has two or more subjects, that's called a “compound subject.” The individual subjects in a compound subject are joined by a coordinating conjunction (and, or, neither, nor). When the subjects are joined by “and,” the verb agrees with the pronoun “they.” Your answer would be: "A."
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Oh, now I get it! Thank you soooo much!!
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