🔊 All parts of the English language are used to form sentences. All sentences contain two parts: the subject and the verb (this is also called the predicate). The subject is the person or thing that does something or is described in the sentence. The verb is the action that the person or thing performs, or the description of the person or thing. If a sentence has no subject or verb, it is not a complete sentence (for example. B in the sentence “Go to bed”, we do not know who went to bed). The abused worker reached an agreement with her former boss and received a transaction cheque for the cessation of her claims. 🔊 26) No decision can be taken until everyone agrees. If you are referring to groups or general names, you should pay attention to the number and conformity between the sexes.
Sentence types can also be combined.