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Making Simple English Sentences


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There are so many ways to make a sentence in English language. Every teacher has his own ways to make a sentence. There are some general and simple rules which can be used to make a simple sentence whether that is positive or negative sentence.

Depends on the way you are using to prepare a sentence. Here I give you the most common practice to make sentence easily.

As you all know each simple sentence contains a subject, an action (i.e. Verb) and an object. So we use the form like

Subject comes first then the action he is going to have and then the object on which or for which action is performed.

For example:

Ravi (Subject) Speaks (Verb/Action) Latin(Object).
Ravi(Subject) can speak(Verb) Hindi(Object).

Always try to keep in mind that in every sentence there is a subject which performs and action that is verb and there is an object on which action is performed.

If we go into more detailed exploration of the sentence making then we will find the following parts of the object which depends on the sentence we are going to make. Object can be direct or indirect like in the following sentence:
Ramesh (Subject) will teach (verb/action) you (indirect object) the lesson (direct object) at tuition tomorrow.

So we need only subject, action i.e verb and an object to make simple sentence in any language. This is the only expressive rule which everybody should stick while making simple sentences.


Sample Usage

Same as given above.


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