They are saying me that i have to underline simple subjects one and s. predicates twice, then i have to label each senctence compound subject, c. predicate or both.
So this is one sentence:
Eskimos, originated in Asia, migrated eastward, and settled in Arctic land.
So can u explain me what do i have to do and what is the compound predicate and compound subject? and when do i have to put ¨both¨
You would for your sentence underline Eskimos, because that is a simple subject. Originated, migrated, and settled all get underlined twice because they are all predicates (verb/action of the sentence).
simple means just one
compound means more than one
if there is only one subject - it's a simple subject
if there's more than one subject - it's a compound subject
the same for the predicate.
It is a simple subject - Eskimos.
Compound predicate means that the sentence is sort of like three sentences combined: Eskimos originated in Asia. Eskimos migrated eastward. Eskimos settled in Arctic land.
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