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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.

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  • "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"
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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.

An incomplete sentence is not a complete thought. So a complete sentence is one with a subject and verb and communicates a complete thought. Incomplete: I was making. Complete: I was making pizza. Incomplete. He went to. Complete: He went to work.

its called a phrase which makes complete sense and a clause if it makes incomplete sense

Yes, a semicolon could indeed join an incomplete sentence and a complete sentence.

An incomplete sentence does not express a complete thought.

A 'piece of a sentence' is an incomplete sentence if it doesn't have a subject and verb.

A complete sentence has a noun and a verb. Without these the sentence is not complete. If we wrote "The cat." this is not complete because we don't know what the cat did. Instead "The cat ran down the street" is a complete sentence because the verb tells us what the cat did. I find students often don't add nouns and use pronouns instead and that makes an incomplete sentence as well. If used as the topic sentence there must be a noun to know who the pronoun is in the next sentence.

Complete sentences are a sentence with a complete thought, statement, etc. Ex: He says he will help me on my homework. (this is a complete sentence) An incomplete sentence would be: He says he. (you did not complete the thought.)

"Be punctual" is a complete sentence, because the verb is in the imperative mood, in which the subject "You" is always implied by the verb itself.

Incomplete, you wouldn't want to start a sentence with a preposition.

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.

A complete thought makes a complete sentence.

A sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence. For example these have periods, but are not sentences:I wanted. We were. When I was there. While he was in the store. If you had.

Sentence fragment - an incomplete sentence that is punctuated as though it were complete.A sentence is a group of words that express a complete thought.It has two basic parts:* a subject (names who or what the sentence is about) * and a predicate (says something about the subject)

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complete means that a flower has all the five parts i.e androecium,gynoecium,sepals ,petals and thalamus.....These five things makes a flower complete, if anyone thing or part is absent then it is known as incomplete... Ex:China flower is a complete flower. Cranium is an incomplete flower as it doesnot have petals,instead tepals are presnt...

If the 'y' is capitalized and there is a period after 'have', then it can be a complete sentence. The subject is 'you' and the verb is 'have', the basic elements of a sentence. However, it is an incomplete thought and could only have meaning if it is an answer to a question such as, 'Who has the best score?' or 'Who has that job?'.

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

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