How do you use predator in a complete sentence?
As the predator was extremely hungry, it tried its best to catch some rabbits.
In this sentence, the 'predator' can be anything: a wolf, tiger, bear,... :)
A complete sentence has a noun and a verb. Without these the sentence is not complete. If we wrote "The cat." this is not complete because we don't know what the cat did. Instead "The cat ran down the street" is a complete sentence because the verb tells us what the cat did. I find students often don't add nouns and use pronouns instead and that makes an incomplete sentence as well. If used as…
Yes, as long as it is followed by a complete sentence. Example: At the time of the accident, he had been drinking. At the time of the accident = an incomplete sentence, a phrase At the baby shower, she announced that she's expecting twins. (complete sentence) At the K-mart store, he filled out a job application. (complete sentence)