how to write santance

    how to write  santace


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    sentence |?sentns|
    1 a set of words that is complete in itself, typically containing a subject and predicate, conveying a statement, question, exclamation, or command, and consisting of a main clause and sometimes one or more subordinate clauses.
    • Logic a series of signs or symbols expressing a proposition in an artificial or logical language.
    2 the punishment assigned to a defendant found guilty by a court, or fixed by law for a particular offense: her husband is serving a three-year sentence for fraud | slander of an official carried an eight-year prison sentence.
    verb [ with obj. ]
    declare the punishment decided for (an offender): ten army officers were sentenced to death.
    under sentence of having been condemned to: he was under sentence of death.
    ORIGIN Middle English (in the senses ‘way of thinking, opinion,’‘court's declaration of punishment,’ and ‘gist (of a piece of writing)’): via Old French from Latin sententia ‘opinion,’ from sentire ‘feel, be of the opinion.’

    Every sentence has to have a noun,or a pronoun , and a verb, and usually, a subject.

     A noun is a person, place, or thing.  A pronoun are the words, he, she  ,or it.

    A verb is an action run or ran.  A subject is the where or what you're talking about....such as a  destination you're going to . An adjective is a word describing which, how many, or what kind of .


    You should start out simply.  Your sentence has to start with a capital letter (all sentences do). Your sentence must end with a period (the little dot after the last word).  
    Your sentence could be about somebody doing something, or somebody being something.  

    Bob is going to the store.    
    Bob is somebody, and he is doing something (going to the store).

    Bob is a kind man
    Again, Bob is somebody, and he is BEING something (a kind man). 

    It can be about a THING:      
    The tree is full of apples.    My cat threw up on the bed.  
    The thing to ask you after you have written your sentence (remember the capital letter and period) is to ask yourself:  WHO?   and then WHAT ABOUT HIM, or HER, or IT?    Your sentence should tell you WHO and WHAT.  

    Good luck!   

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