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What is an example of a compound predicate?

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The hungry boy. ate a banana and devoured an ice cream sundae 10 minutes later. The bold part is the compound predicate. It is compound because the subject (The hungry boy) did TWO things. A key to identifying or writing a compound predicate is to
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Simple Subject and Predicate. The simple subject and simple predicate of a sentence refer to just the noun (or pronoun) and the verb, without including modifiers or prepositions.
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