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What are examples of verb in a sentence?
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What is it called when a verb tells about thewhole sentence?
Can you give me examples of the S V sentence pattern?
What is an examples of a declarative sentence?
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When do you capitalize a linking verb in a sentence?
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What is a sentence with the word doesn't?
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What is the smallest sentence with a verb and a predicate?
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Can you give 5 basic sentence pattern with examples?
Is the word you are a pronoun?
The term "you are" is a personal pronoun (you) and a verb (are). The combination "you are" would function as the subject of a sentence or a clause with it's verb (or auxiliary verb). Examples: Thanks, you are a great help, (subject of the sentence with verb) You are moving in the right direction. (subject of the sentence with auxiliary verb) The progress you are making is unexpected. (subject of the relative clause with auxiliary verb)
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How do you find a verb phrase in a sentence?
The verb phrase is the verb (action) of the sentence, along with any helper verbs, forms of to be, to have, or to do. Examples: The boy has written a book. (verb to write, verb phrase has written) Bill will be visiting the farm. (verb to visit, verb phrase will be visiting) He does go to school. (verb to go, verb phrase does go)
What is an example of a sentence containing a subject and an intransitive verb?
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Is weren't a noun pronoun or a verb?
Can you give examples of a simple sentence?
A simple sentence is one which has only subject and predicate in it. Some examples of simple sentence are: I go to office. (I - Subject; go to office - predicate) He plays cricket. (He - Subject; plays cricket - predicate) Another formulation A simple sentence has only one finite verb - that is a verb in a tense.
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What sentence contains a problem with subject-verb agreement?
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Are a pronoun and verb two parts of speech that together can create a complete sentence?
Yes, that is true. A complete sentence can be just a pronoun with a verb. In fact, a complete sentence can be just the verb where the subject (noun or pronoun) is implied. Such a sentence is usually an exclamatory sentence. Examples: Look. (the implied subject is 'you' or the person's name) John came. (subject and verb only) He came. (subject and verb only) Maggie made the cake. She did.