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Compound Sentences

1. The intelligence community in the United States is working to confirm the authenticity of
the video, and the journalist's family was waiting for that formal authentication that
Sotloff has been killed.
The intelligence community in the United States is a subject in the sentence, auxiliary and
the verb are is working, to confirm is a to infinitive which it doesnt classified to the full
verb, confirm the authenticity of the video as object. And as the keyword and conjunction
to convince that it is a compound sentence and so and the journalist's family as subject
was waiting as verbal and aux for is a preposition that formal authentication that Sotloff
has been killed as an object.
2. The Rory Peck Trust has been supporting and assisting freelancers for almost two
decades, and we've never seen a demand for our assistance like this before.
The Rory Peck Trust as subject, has been supporting and assisting as a verb phrase,
freelancers as object, for almost two decades as compliment, and as conjunction, we as
another subject, have never seen as verb phrase, and others as compliment.
3. We offer online resources on safety & security for those reporting from dangerous
environments, and run a Training Fund that provides bursaries for freelancers to enable
them to undergo hostile environments training before travelling to a conflict zone.
We as subject, offer as verb, on safety & security for those reporting from dangerous
environments as an object of preposition, and as conjunction, run as verb, a Training
Fund that provides bursaries for freelancers to enable them to undergo hostile
environments training before travelling to a conflict zone as object.
4. Freelance journalists, photographers and video journalists have always played a vital role
in newsgathering, and their contribution today is more important than ever.
Freelance journalists, photographers and video journalists as subjects, have always
played as verb but not such a full verb, a vital role in newsgathering as object, and as
conjunction, and so that another words means noun.
5. The International News Safety Institute offers up-to-date information about the security
situation on the ground for journalists, and RISC offers vital first-aid training.
The International News Safety Institute as subject, offers as verb, and others are
compliment including object of preposition, and as conjunction, RISC as another subject
vital first-aid training as object.
6. Our thoughts are with his family at this tragic time, and with the families of all other
journalists currently being held in Syria.
Our thoughts as subject are as auxiliary his family as object and at this tragic time as
compliment, and as conjunction the families as subject of all other journalists as object
of preposition being held as verb phrase and others are compliment.
7. It is not known when or where the video was recorded.

It as subject it had been explained in the previous sentences, is not as an auxiliary, known
as full verb, when as object, or as conjunction, where the video as subject, was as
auxiliary, and recorded as verb.
8. That changed his sense of the calculus of risk, but it didn't change his passion for what he
wanted to do.
That as subject, changed as full verb, his sense of the calculus of risk as object and object
of preposition, but as conjunction, it as subject, didnt change as verb phrase, his passion
for what he wanted to do as object and object of preposition.
9. Jim was a great journalist, and I think he'd like to be remembered that way, first and
foremost.
Jim as subject, was as auxiliary, a great journalist is a noun, so the first sentence before
conjunction is a nominal, and as conjunction, I as subject, think as full verb, he as object
would like as phrase verb, to be remembered as also verb phrase, first and foremost as
compliment.
10. He was a generous colleague, never holding back a tip, phone number, or detail that
could help, and could spend hours talking over the ins and outs of a story to get it just
right.
He as subject, was as auxiliary, generous colleague as nominal, never holding back a tip
as nominal but its also a phrase verb, phone number, or detail that could help those uses
as nominal, and as conjunction, could spend as a phrase verb, talking over also a phrase
verb, the ins as object, outs of a story to get it just right are an object but contains object
of preposition, and to infinitive.