What is the naming part of this sentence you sat down?
In the sentence, You sat down:
You is the pronoun subject
sat is the verb
down is the adverb.
I sat down.
I sat down on the divan before laying down on it.
I sat in a chair while watching television. Bob slowly sat down, but was still curious!
"Spare" and "The"
Me and Mandy were cold, so we sat down by the fireplace.
There is only one noun in the sentence: student
The adjective in "She sat down hurriedly at the spare desk", is the word "spare", describing the noun desk.
No, sat is a verb - the past tense of sit. You can begin a sentence with a verb if it is an imperative sentence but then the verb is in the base form not past. eg Sit down! Look out. Clean up your room.
We all sat down to eat a hearty meal.
He was Walking down the street and He sat on the curb.
The violist sat poised and ready for her part to begin.
Example sentence - She sat down submissively and kept her thoughts to herself after he voiced his dark opinions.
I personally find "the idea of" superfluous.
The cat placidly sat down on the chair and slept.
At 1955, the buses of Montgomery, Alabama, were segregated, which meant that whites sat in the front part of the bus and African Americans sat in the back.
A really short sentence has five syllables/beats to it like The big man sat down that has five
My friend and I sat down together, reminiscing of the good old days.
The flu left me feeling dizzy. Feeling dizzy, I sat down.
After the temper tantrum, the boy calmly sat down to rest on his bed.
space -- it describes the noun, desk.
Once he sat down in the hot sun on the beach, he was finally relaxed.
(Example) I sat down in my seat and waited for the teacher to start talking.
Lina and Yvette entered the cafeteria together and sat down to eat lunch.
first of all..... that is a common sense question... to answer that, its quickly.
The starved man quickly sat down and attacked the hot pizza with enthusiasm.
The sentence completion and critical-reading parts.
i had a dark and hueless day today, remarked mom as she sat down to eat dinner.
The little boy adamantly sat down, for he wouldn't go anywhere without his mom.
sat, is not a sentence form. sorry to say, but if there is i must be wrong :)
Sat is the verb in that sentence.
An exemplum is a moral tale. An example of a sentence using the word "exemplum" is "The old man sat the children down to tell them an old exemplum. "
What are the nouns in this sentence there was a little girl named Anna she sat on her friend Jessica?
"There was a little girl named Anna, she sat on her friend Jessica." The nouns in the sentence are: girl, Anna, friend, Jessica. The word 'there' can be a noun but in this sentence, the word 'there' is functioning as a pronoun, used to introduce the clause 'There was a little girl', the subject of the first part of the compound sentence.
The witness sat down in front of the investigator to give her deposition regarding the crime she had witnessed.
The answer to this question is SPARE. If you think it's hurriedly, hurriedly is an adverb.no
john sat down to compose an orchestral arrangement Tim looked at the orchestral score
The seat was vacant, so I sat down. There is a vacant lot across the street from my house.
This sentence is a common subject verb object sentence, where the adjective describes the object. In this sentence, the adjective spare describes the desk, telling the reader what kind of desk it is.
The man entered the room very unobtrusively got a drink and sat down at a nearby table.
Mary is a forty year-old woman. The woman walked over to the chair and sat down.
Beside : She Sat Down Beside The Tree Besides : Besides His Best Friend Nate Invited Tammy
Victuals is a word that means foodstuffs. One sentence using the word could be "He sat down with a plate of victuals and a mug of ale." The word is considered archaic today.
The student sat in his desk for the whole class.
Pronouns are used instead of nouns. Words like he/ it/ you/ me/ him/ their/ your are pronouns. For example: The dog chased the cat and then the dog sat down because the dog was exhausted. Instead of repeating the dog, the dog, in this sentence we can use a pronoun. The dog chased the cat and then he sat down because he was exhausted.
No, you set the book down or lay the book down, but you don't "sat the book down"
No. Sat is a verb, as in, "I was tired, so I sat down."
Definition: Outside ; Out in the open air In a sentence: The couple sat down for a charming alfresco dinner in the garden. Anyway, this is the only way I could come up with using it. :/
What is the right way to say- Mark and I sat down for a meeting or I and Mark sat down for a meeting?
Mark and I sat down for a meeting. "I" always goes last.
The adjective is the word "spare." This is because the word "spare" is describing the word "desk", which is a noun.
She winced as her car scraped up against the curb. He sat down on the curb, absentmindedly counting cars as they passed by.
A compound subject is when there are more than one subject in a sentence. (Ex. Mike and Brenda went shopping.) Mike and Brenda is the compound subject. A compound verb is when there are more than one verb in a sentence. (Ex. Mike sat down and then stood up.) Sat and stood are the verbs.