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Singular and Compound Subjects (Grade 6)

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Singular and Compound Subjects

1. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

The kids asked for pizza for dinner.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
2. 
We need graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows to make dessert.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
3. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

My lunch money and my homework are missing from my backpack.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
4. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

Martin Luther King, Jr. and other African-Americans fought for equality.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
5. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

The roses and irises are beautiful sight.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
6. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

The lightning hit the tree and caused a spark.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
7. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

During the storm, the wind and rain pounded the house.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
8. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

The waves crashed on the shore and scattered sea shells around.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
9. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

EMTs and firefighters do important work.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
10. 
Determine whether the sentence below has a singular subject or compound subject.

My mother always works late on Fridays.
  1. singular subject
  2. compound subject
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