400 Words Essay Challenge Article – What is the basic structure of a simple English sentence?
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Learn English – Basic structure of a simple English sentence
What is the basic structure and patterns of a simple English sentence?
A simple English sentence contains one independent clause. The simple predicate contains the verb and can also contain modifying words, phrases, or clauses.
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A sentence is a word or group of words that must express a complete idea or sense or meaning and that may consist of a subject and a verb.
Also, it may have an object or a compliment and the words must be ordered properly.
– We practice English every day. (Here we is subject, practice is a verb, English is an object and every day is an adverb)
Basically, there are two parts of a sentence:-
Subject and Predicate
Subject: A subject of a sentence is a person or thing about which something is said or written.
Predicate: And the Predicate that says what the Subject does.
In the above example ‘We’ is the subject and ‘practice English everyday’ is Predicate. A sentence usually starts with a subject and then predicate comes.
N. B.: In some case like order, advice or request subject is not mentioned. It is understood.
– (You) Keep quite.
– (You) Take care of your health.
– (I) Thank you.
And sometimes sentence starts with the predicate and then subject comes.
– Long live Bangladesh
– Down went the Titanic.
Kinds of Sentence:
A sentence can be classified into five categories according to the meaning or functions.
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