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    You're very welcome. :-)

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    9. Choose the sentence that has a compound predicate.

    A. Swimming and golfing are Jim's favorite sports.
    B. Sue and I will listen.
    C. We went home to eat and to study.
    D. Sandy washed and ironed her clothes.

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