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sentence is a complete thought with a noun and verb. Fragment is just part of a sentence and does not make a complete thought.

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Sentence groups of words that express complete thoughts or ideas..Fragment do not express complete ideas..


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


A fragment is not a complete sentence, a run-on is a sentence that can be separated into two sentences


A clipped sentence is when unknow or missed words are used. Ex: A Dr is talking about a right hand in a report then right in the middle of the report he says left foot , But you know he is talking about the hand still. A sentence fragment a not a compleat thought


It is a sentence fragment if it has no subject or no finite verb. A sentence fragment is an incomplete thought.


Do you work? is a complete sentence; it is not a sentence fragment.


"She wave." is fragment but "She waves" is a sentence.


In English Grammar a fragment, also known as a sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence. This means that the fragment cannot stand on its own as a sentence.


Yes, a sentence fragment is one type of incomplete sentence.



Make each fragment into a complete sentence.


"After the storm," is not a complete sentence so it is a fragment.


Example of a sentence fragment.


A sentence is a complete thought with a verb and a simple subject.A fragment is a incomplete thought with no verb, and it doesn't make sense..ex: "In the final edition of today's newspaper" fragment.ex: "Ellen reserved two theater tickets for Friday evening." sentence.


Somebody will have to improve on this answer. One similarity between a sentence and a sentence fragment could be a sentence's length. If somebody says, "Who did that?" you could answer, "I did," and that is a sentence... but in a different scenario, that may be considered a sentence fragment. Why? Because if that sentence was all by itself, "I did," would be nonsense. What did "I" do? "I did jump," could then complete it.


A fragment sentence is a partial sentence. It does not have everything it needs to be a full sentence. For example: "The dog" is a fragment.


It is a sentence. It is a declarative sentence also because it's giving a demand.


A sentence fragment is a small part of sentence. Sentence fragments can form some meaning of the sentence.


A sentence is a fragment when you do not have a noun/pronoun and a verb.


A sentence fragment can be joined to another fragment or sentence, or the missing part (subject, predicate, object) can be supplied.


In order to not write a sentence fragment, you must always have a subject in your sentence and a predicate. For example: Fragment: Went to the movies. Sentence: I went to the movies.


A sentence fragment is a part of a sentence, such as just the subject noun, or just a verb.


This sentence is indeed a sentence fragment because it fails to have a subject.


It is a fragment because a sentence is like I will go to the vet.


A sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence. A complete sentence requires at least a subject and verb. A sentence fragment is missing one of these.