freshman class school uniform
High above the pacific
In English grammar, a clause is a group of words that contains both a subject and a verb. It can be a complete sentence (independent clause) or a part of a sentence (dependent clause). Clauses are essential building blocks of sentences and can function as a complete thought or as a modifier within a sentence.
In the sentence, "he has always thought about his future" the verb phrase is "has always thought".
I thought about sentence about what I did secondly.
no it is an exclamatory sentence
sentence is a complete thought with a noun and verb. Fragment is just part of a sentence and does not make a complete thought.
No. There is one word wrong. The sentence should be: I thought of you when I saw it.
I thought I could come up with a better sentence but this is all I can do. He gave some thought to the idea of improving the sentence. The councilman made his decision and never gave the matter a second thought.
"We suck" -Posted by a senior "Young and dum" -Posted by another senior last year, my freshman t said we're so fresh...man. i thought it was cute.
The adverbs "high above" modify the verb flying.
A sentence is about a subject "doing" something. A sentence must be a complete thought to be a sentence.