In the following sentence select the compound predicate.

We could study coins, see jewels, or examine tools.

A. study,see
B. could study, examine
C could study,see, examine
D study, see, examine

Which of these is the correct answer. I think its D. I am not real good with these so could you tell me if you know a website to help me practice. Thank you.

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  1. You are almost right. You need to include the auxiliary (helping) verb along with the main verbs; therefore, C is correct.

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  2. that was my next choice. thank you

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  3. You're welcome!

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