Compound subjects and compound verbs can add variety and depth to your writing. While writers always want to be concise and to the point, there are times when you might need to elaborate on the subjects and verbs in your sentences.
Let’s begin with a quick review of each component before diving into specific examples using compound subjects and verbs.
The subject of a sentence is a person, place, thing or idea that is doing or being something. Typical sentence constructs follow a subject + verb + direct object formula. When a sentence has two or more subjects, it's called a compound subject.