A complete thought makes a complete sentence.
It's a sentence fragment.
i started a group about food
a group of words that make a sentence
a sentence that is made up of different words combined to make a complete thought.
Add the necessary words to complete the sentence and make it clear and concise.
If you are asking whether the words "Is this a question" make a complete sentence, yes-- but not a declarative sentence. They make a question, and they need a question mark at the end. A declarative sentence is just a statement of fact: "Yes, this is a complete sentence." But a question is where you ask someone about something: "Do you have any questions to ask me?"
They make up a sentence.
A complete thought does have a verb; but having a verb does not make a group of words a complete thought. A complete thought must have at least one verb, but a complete thought can also have several verbs.An incomplete though that does have a verb is called a clause.A group of words becomes a sentence when it is a complete thought. Some examples:The cookies that Mary made were passed out to the class. (The dependent clause 'that Mary made' has a subject and a verb, but it is an incomplete thought.)I watched TV while Mary washed the dishes, packed the lunches, and made some coffee. (There are four verbs in the sentence, but the sentence is a single complete thought.)
It depends on the context. Something as simple as 'He killed the cat.' - is a complete sentence.
Using the word "then" at the beginning of a sentence is not incorrect. However, it does not make a sentence complete. A complete sentence must have, at a minimum, a subject and a verb. "Then" is neither of those.
An incomplete grammatical construction is a series of words, phrases, or clauses that do not constitute a complete sentence. A complete sentence has a subject and a verb, and does not contain an introductory adverb, pronoun, or other word that makes it depend on a complete sentence to make sense. Some examples: Complete sentence: John hit me. Incomplete sentence: when John hit me...[This depends on a complete sentence to make sense.] Complete sentence: When John hit me, I hit him back. Complete sentence: Who is good? [The fact that it's a question makes it complete.] Incomplete sentence: who is good [The fact that it's not a question makes it depend on a complete sentence to make sense.] Complete sentence: A boy who is good will not go to the principle's office every so often. Other incomplete sentences: at at the bank feeling confused at the bank who is feeling confused at the bank because I was feeling confused at the bank Complete sentence: I left because I was feeling confused at the bank.
My best friend (All the words in the subject make up the complete subject.)
My angst led me to complete this sentence.
You can't make a complete sentence with just action words. That's like having a car without a steering wheel. A sentence must have a subject, and a word such as "Explode" cannot be a subject. A sentence must also convey an idea, and action words can't modify the idea or be the idea.
Family guy theme song is not a question or a complete sentence therefore it cannot be answered.Just because you place a question mark at the end of a group of words does not make it a question.
For a sentence to be complete, it must have a subject and a verb. Giving the incomplete sentence the missing parts will make it complete.For example:"Went to the park" can be made complete by adding a subject to make it "We went to the park""It blue" can be made complete by adding a verb to make it "It is blue""The moon tonight" can be made complete by adding a subject and a verb to make it "I looked at the moon tonight"
sentence is a complete thought with a noun and verb. Fragment is just part of a sentence and does not make a complete thought.
It is possible to use control group in a sentence as long as it does make sense.
Make each fragment into a complete sentence.
A clause is a group of words that has a predicate and a subject.There are two different types of clauses: independent and dependent.Independent clauses are those that can form a grammatical and complete sentence on their own.Dependent clauses are unable to form complete sentences and need another clause to make it complete. (i.e. it is dependent on another clause)
Jesus wept. To actually answer the question, yes. As long as one of the words is a subject and one is a verb it is considered a complete sentence. The above sentence is an example of that. Some others are: I ran. I slept. She drove. We wondered.
A sentence is a complete thought with a noun and verb.A sentence fragment is just part of a sentence and does not make a complete thought.The above are sentences.Here are some fragments that make no sense:the sentence fragment?what is?your answer in a complete sentencethe boy who lived down the streetbecause he had to go home
One such word is plaintiff, which word represents the instigator of a legal action. What if is another example, if you believe this is a complete sentence.
The term "Actions speak louder than words." is a complete sentence, a complete thought.The subject is 'actions'.The verb is 'speak'.The direct object is the noun phrase 'louder than words'.The sentence can be a part of a greater sentence, for example:Actions speak louder than words but just take longer.Her kindness shows that actions speak louder than words.
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