In grammar, clause structure refers to the classification of sentences based on the
number and ... It is not a grammatically complete clause. ... A simple sentence
structure contains one independent...
Most importantly, the complete sentence must contain at least one main clause. A
main clause contains an independent subject and verb and expresses a ...
A noun or pronoun functions as the sentence subject when it is paired with a ... is
a group of words that contains a subject, a predicate, and a complete thought.
A sentence is a set of words that contain 1) a subject (what the sentence is about,
the ... Note that the predicate always contains a verb. ... complete thought?
The subject of a complete sentence is who or what the sentence is about, and ...
The predicate always includes the verb, and tells something about the subject; ...
The complete subject is made up of all the words that tell who or what the
sentence is about. The complete predicate includes the verb and all the words
that tell ...
(Notice that while this sentence only contains two words, it is still a complete
sentence because it contains a one word subject and a one word predicate that
All clauses contain both a subject and a predicate, which always contains a verb.
... Some clauses can stand alone as a complete sentence; others cannot.
If one element is missing, the sentence is a fragment. The three necessary
elements of a complete sentence are: A SUBJECT; A PREDICATE; A
The first sentence above is complete, because it contains both a subject and a
verb. The subject of this sentence is the student. The sentence contains a subject