A sentence is a group of words, which are arranged in a syntax order of a Subject, Verb, and Object, in other words, it is arranged as a Subject and a Predicate. A sentence makes complete sense and gives perfection to the speaker in his speech and writing.
Kinds of Sentence
- Simple Sentence
- Compound Sentence
- Complex Sentence
- Compound-Complex Sentence
A sentence that has a Subject and a Predicate is called a Simple Sentence.
- The cow gives milk.
- Sneha arranged flowers.
- We have found a pen in the bag.
- Horses eat grams.
- Being a good comedian, she performed well.
A sentence is a combination of two simple sentences of equal rank with the help of conjunctions, like and, but, yet, and or is called a Compound Sentence.
- Shweta went to the market and bought some eggs.
- We informed him about it but he failed to understand.
- Siddharth can ride a bicycle or can ride a motorcycle too.
- Manu was very careful yet she could not save herself.
A sentence that has one Main Clause and one or more Subordinate Clause is called a Complex Sentence.
- Daniel told me that he was a good singer in his childhood.
- They rejected what he had suggested.
- The tanks were empty because the pipeline was broken.
- The students were quiet when the teacher entered the class.
A sentence which has two Main Clauses and one Subordinate Clause is called a Compound-Complex Sentence.
- While the man played guitar the girls sang and the boys danced.
- When I reached the station I bought the tickets and boarded the train.
- As she is a great football player she played very well but lost the game at last.
- Before Lalit found the place he had made a survey yet he was cheated in a deal.