A sentence without butandor?
Only compound sentences use the words "and", "but", and "or". An example of a sentence without these words is: "Casey is a brown dog".
Without a period, this sentence is incomplete or Humans cannot live without food or water.
If you mean a run on sentence it is a sentence that keeps going without a comma.
A mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibilty of parole. A mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
incomplete, or a sentence fragment
An independent sentence is a sentence that can be understood without any other sentences or explanation.
Here is an example sentence with 'without a doubt': My heart was always filled with longing to join the school choir, and I signed up for membership without a doubt.
A sentence cannot be completed if there is no verb to help carry out the subject of the sentence.
To explain something within the sentence without finishing the sentence before explaining.
Yes, they may petition for parole unless the sentence specifically states"without parole."
Yes, you can have a sentence without a adjetive or adverb phrase. For example, Her name is Sally. No adverb or adjetive!
Write the sentence down.
yes. I ate my cat. There is a sentence.
Only if "who" is a person can it count. No Pronoun can be the subject of a sentence without finding out the pronoun is in an earlier sentence
The verb is lacking in the sentence; it's not a sentence without a verb.
A string sentence is a run on sentence.This sentence keeps going on without punctuation.Sometimes a run on sentence has a comma when it actually should have a period.
This is called the "predicate" and a sentence is not a sentence without one.
The most important verb in a sentence is the verb that serves as the predicate. Without it (and the subject) there IS no sentence.
Not without making the sentence seem somewhat akward.
His action was justified.
If the sentence pronounced at trial was "Life without the possibility of parole" then it is very likely a 'true' life sentence.
"Call the boy whose boss praised, do not call the boy whose father praised" is an example of a sentence without an object.
Nouns (or pronouns) and verbs are important to a sentence because without a noun (or pronoun) and verb, there is no sentence. A sentence consists of a subject (noun or pronoun) and a verb. A sentence often has many other words but without the subject (noun or pronoun) and a verb, the group of words is only a phrase, a clause; a sentence fragment.
The absence of punctuation does not in itself cause a string of words to be defined as a fragment, nor does the presence of punctuation cause a string of words to be defined as a sentence. A sentence without a full stop is not a fragment; it is a sentence without a full stop. A phrase followed by a full stop is not a sentence; it is a fragment.
Sure. But without a context, it would scarcely be a sentence at all.
An unnecessary word is a word that can be removed from a sentence without altering the meaning of that sentence.
Example sentence - We could not establish her identity without the dental records.
Example sentence - If she were careful, she could glance in his direction without him noticing her.
Without money our life is very difficult to live!
Without water, the world would be a barren desert.
Without heart no have life
There is no rose without a thorn.
Here are some sentences. Without cheating, she turned in her homework. You should be able to think of the answer without help.
Almost every sentence you can think of because without a noun in a sentence, the sentence is incomplete. And remember, a noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.
The word 'illimitable' is an adjective used to describe a noun as without limits, without an end. Example sentence: He behaves as though he has the illimitable power of a king.
standard verb usage is when you have a conjunction sentence without a verb or a regular sentence without a verb for example "Johny on a rock" but the sentence was suppose to be like this "Johny sat on a rock" now see? hope it works out for you! :)
Of course! Example: "Without food we cannot eat!" Another Example: "Without no doubt,"
Without doing your homework, you cannot really understand the lesson. She went to class without her books.
Your carriage awaits without. I would like to have my bread without butter, please.
A run-on sentence has two or more independent clauses without a colon or semicolon.
this type of sentence would be categorized as incomplete
A life sentence without parole is nautral life.
Example sentence: No human being could survive without an epiglottis.
We can't answer that accurately without knowing the sentence.
Example sentence - She could admire his sense of humor without having to speak to him.
Example sentence - The enforcement of the rules will be difficult without explaining them first.
how do you tel in tamil that i can't live without u
Without a doubt, he was the best player I ever saw.
Certainly. You could write a sentence like one of these: Without knowing the truth, how can we make good decisions? Without knowing who her birth parents were, Carol had a vague idea of what a family legacy meant.
As strange as it may sound, a life sentence without the possibility of parole will end the day after the inmate dies. Life means life.
A sentence requires a subject and a verb, without those, it's not a sentence. "Into the water" is not a sentence; when you add a subject and a verb, "My keys fell into the water." you have a sentence. The subject is 'keys', the verb is 'fell'.