Choose the sentence that has a compound predicate.

1.Swimming and golfing are Jim's favorite sports.
2.Sue and I will listen.
3.Sandy washed and ironed her clothes.
4.We went home to eat and to study.
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If I understand your "compound predicate" correctly:

1. A SVC sentence. Not a compound predicate.

2. A SVC sentence. Not a compound predicate.

3. A S[VO+VO] sentence. A compound predicate, with the two verbs sharing the same object.

4. A SV[A+A] sentence. Not a compound predicate, with a single verb action governing two purposes.

Chuncan Feng
China

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