I am studying to become an architect.
I just met an architect.
I'm going to be an architect when I finish my graduation
A simple sentence uses a subject and a verb..
He"s a talented architect,but a poor diplomat.
No. "Architect" is a generic noun, and is not capitalized when used in a sentence.
A typewriter is a simple machine that people can use.
1.Although he always wanted to be a doctor, he became an architect.2.The child's dream was to become an architect.3.Joe, the architect, will show you around the museum.4."The architects are at Africa" said the front desk lady.
Before a building is built, it is designed by an architect.
Since the word 'architect' is a common noun, you should only capitalize it when it is at the start of a sentence or part of a title.
simple: "How do you use the word primogeniture in a sentence?"<---that is a complete sentence. its go:t a verb(use) subject(you?) preprositional phrase(in a sentence) and a preprosition(in).
I am unsympathetic to your need.
The field had boundaries.
i went on an expedition
A cudgel is a simple weapon.
This is a logging road.
The architect created a three-dimensional model of the bank he planned to build.
This is simple question. It may be answered in a simple sentence; He responded politely.
Example sentence - The simple dessert was deceptively delicious.
A simple sentence is a sentence with one clause expressing a single thought. This sentence is a simple sentence. This sentence, though similar to the first, is not a simple sentence.
Okay... Here's a simple one... When I turn 21 I will contribute in politics. Simple and lame but it's a sentence right?
Today at school we had a easy teacher, school was simple.
you dont its a very simple step
We were pleased to partake of their simple meal.
the danger was obvious