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Kindly tell me what is the meaning of the term compound subjects?

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January 24th, 2013 13:53
in English Grammar by shally_866 (Chipola College (FL), Digital logic design)

Kindly tell me what is the meaning of the term compound subjects?

Hi all! In a class group discussion I was asked to describe it. Can some one provide the solution of the compound subjects.

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February 25th, 2013 07:12
shalabh_li43y (Biyani Girls College, Databases)
Two or more simple subjects joined by and, or, or but that have the same predicate.

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February 25th, 2013 09:45
puja (Institute of Mathematics and Applications, Differential equations)
A topic that contains several uncomplicated subjects accompanied by some sort of choosing junction (along with, but, or perhaps) and that have similar proclaim.

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February 26th, 2013 07:35
dipeshh (Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Business management)
Inside grammar, a compound topic is a type of topic in which 2 or more single noun phrases usually are coordinated to form a individual, larger nominal phrase. Colonial topics cause several troubles from the correct use of grammatic arrangement relating to the topic and other agencies (rbs, pronouns, and so forth.).

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February 26th, 2013 09:59
dhairya (Alagappa University, Programming)
In reality, these issues are not specific to compound subjects as such, coming up equally as well with compound noun phrases of all sorts; but the problems are most acute with compound subjects because of the large number of types of agreement occurring with such subjects.

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February 26th, 2013 12:05
dhananjay (B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Differential equations)
An additional concern in English is that there are special rules for pronouns in compound subjects. Although English has morphological case distinctions in pronouns , grammatical case is not a living characteristic of the spoken language, and hence the case-based terms subjective case (e.g. for I) vs. objective case (e.g. for me) are misleading.

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October 1st, 2013 12:35
ivie (University of Glasgow, Computer architecture)

Two or more subjects that share the same verb in a sentence

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