Sentences

English Literature and Grammar

Sentences help us to communicate. Correct communication creates wonders.

SENTENCE – Definition

  • A sentence is a group of words that
    makes complete sense.

It starts with a capital letter and ends with a fullstop(.), question mark(?) or exclamation mark (!).

This is the common definition of a sentence. Now let us look at the properties of a sentence.

A sentence is generally a group of words.

A sentence generally contains a subject and a verb.

A sentence is the largest unit in a language.

A sentence contains a sense more or less complete.

A sentence consists of one or more clauses.

ELEMENTS OF A SENTENCE: PHRASE & CLAUSE

A sentence is the largest structural unit of a language. It
can be divided into further smaller elements or units.

A sentence consists of clause/s           ->

A clause consists of phrase/s               ->

A phrase consists of word/s                …

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