Tom yelled, "Catch the Dog!"
'Tom hopes to do really well on this exam' is a correct sentence. Currently, the sentence is in the future and present tense. To change it to past, change 'hopes' to 'hoped'.
Mary, Tom, Bob, and Terri went to the show.
Inmate Hall arrived back to the center transported by Tom.
No. Every sentence requires a predicate (a verb or action word) and this phrase does not contain a predicate.
Yesterday, Tom went to football trials.The robber will be on trial in court next week for his crime.I have a free trial of that new computer game.
Examples of sentence fragments include:Fragment: She thought she could make. (Reason it is a fragment: make what?)Correct: She thought she could make the trip on time.Fragment: Tom went. (Reason: Tom went where?)Correct: Tom went to bed early.Fragment: Sally figured out. (Reason: figured out what?)Correct: Sally figured out the amount of fabric she needed.Fragment: Whenever they went together. (Reason: It lacks a subject and verb.)Correct: Whenever they went together, the couples always had fun.Fragment: Examples of a fragment. (Reason, it lacks subject and verb)Correct: What are examples of a sentence fragment.To identify a sentence fragment, look for a subject and verb first. Does the sentence answer Who/What, action, did what or why.Who: SallyAction: wentdid what: to bed early.What: The birdsAction: sangdid what or how done: loudly.
Bill and Tom Kaulitz were 21 yesterday on the 1st of September
Paul gave the flowers to Tom and me. Also, the first sentence makes no sense. Did you mean "the thirty fourth rule of grammar"?
That is correct. You could also say: Tom has been unemployed for a month.