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1 August, 05:50

Read the sentences.

The settlers moved into the unknown. They left the familiar behind.

Which sentence correctly combines the two sentences into a sentence with a compound verb?

Leaving the familiar behind, the settlers moved into the unknown.

Moving into the unknown, the settlers left the familiar behind.

The settlers moved into the unknown and left the familiar behind.

The settlers moved into the unknown, leaving the familiar behind.

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  1. 1 August, 06:10
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    The sentence that correctly combines the two sentences into a sentence with a compound verb is C. The settlers moved into the unknown and left the familiar behind.

    Explanation:

    Whenever a subject has two or more verbs, it is said that the subject thas a compound verb. In this case, the subject settlers have two verbs - moved and left. Therefore, option C is the correct answer.
  2. 1 August, 07:18
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    I think it should be a
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