A compound word is a word made by 2 or more words joined together. Compound words can be written as one word, separated by a hyphen,or as two separate words.
because they are 2 words that can be separate.
Compound words combine 2 words into one and don't use a space. For example: Bobbby fell on the playground afterschool. Both playground and afterschool are compound words.
The compound as written does not exist. Ca(CN)2 is calcium cyanide.
No because a compound is 2 words and t is not a word so t shirt isn't a compound.
Start over is not a compound word. It is 2 separate words.
nope; it's just a 2 syllable word. compound words are made up of two words that can stand on their own, like playground and sandbox
first let me tell you what compound words are. HotDog LunchBox and FingerPrints see 2 words in each of the words bracelet is a word itself.
Yes, it is a compound word because it consists of 2 words (lawn and mower)
A compound. Depending on the elements combined, the compound may or may not have the same characteristics as the original elements.
Yes, Rosa Parks is a compound noun. It is a compound noun because it is a noun made up of two (2) or more words. And Rosa Parks is two (2) words. :p love - BrIaNnA <3
no a compound word is a word composed of 2 different words to create a different word.
What are 2 compound words for the word grasshopper?
Yes homework is a compound word because it includes 2 words. Home, and work.
No, onto is a compound word which is one word.
No. It's 2 separate words.
No it is 2 words key and chain.
no because it is 2 words not 1 :)
It is not a compound word because it is 2 words.Yes it is since hot and dog are 2 separate words with individual meanings placed together to great a new one.
The only common oxidation state of zinc is +2, so the "2" (which should actually be written as "(II)") is redundant. But yes, zinc chloride is a compound.
Pulley, fullness, shilling, volley, llama have two l's. For two double l's, you have to use a compound word like bellpull or pellmell. Compound words are sometimes written separate (bell pull) or hyphenated (pell-mell). Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary gives "bellpull" as one word.
No. It is not made up of 2 different words.
Coat rack would be the description, but it is 2 words not one compound word. I can't think of any compound word that would work.
Fireplace is 1 wordfireplace is a compound word