How do you use identity in a sentence?
Please keep my identity a secret.
Ashley is a victim of identity theft.
The noun 'identity' will function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples: The identity of the victim has not been determined. (subject of the sentence) John Doe, the identity used, is not his real name. (subject of a clause) He has a temporary identity at the moment. (direct object of the verb 'has') His fingerprints should be the key to his identity…
What does this sentence he is an American who leaving behind him all his ancient prejudices and manners mean?
The word "pseudo" is a prefix meaning fake or false. It cannot be a sentence, but it can certainly be part of one. You may have seen it as part of words like "pseudonym" (a false name, often used by a writer to hide his or her identity). Here is a sentence: Many people believe in acupuncture, but others say it is nothing more than pseudo-science.