Sentences - Introduction
A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense.Complete sentences need both the subject and the predicate.
  •  Naresh ate all the  cakes. 
  •  The cat slowly ran towards the mouse. 
  •  She likes to watch movies.


A sentence must start with a capital letter and end with a period/question or exclamation mark. Sentences are made of two parts: the subject and the predicate.The subject is the person or thing that acts or is described in the sentence. The predicate, on the other hand, is that action or description. 


The types of sentences structure:
1.Simple sentence
2.Compound sentence
3.Complex sentence

Summary

A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense.Complete sentences need both the subject and the predicate.
  •  Naresh ate all the  cakes. 
  •  The cat slowly ran towards the mouse. 
  •  She likes to watch movies.


A sentence must start with a capital letter and end with a period/question or exclamation mark. Sentences are made of two parts: the subject and the predicate.The subject is the person or thing that acts or is described in the sentence. The predicate, on the other hand, is that action or description. 


The types of sentences structure:
1.Simple sentence
2.Compound sentence
3.Complex sentence
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