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separate the sentence with a line between the complete subject and the complete predicate
Three-fourths of the earth / is covered by water, and most of it is salty ocean water.
is the line in this simple sentence correct??
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  1. You've put the line in the right place in the first clause, but what about the second clause in that sentence?

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  2. This is not a simple sentence. It's a compound sentence with two subjects and two predicates.

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