Part I – Do you find it difficult to construct sentences?

The construction of simple sentences plays a vital role in conveying clear communication. In the first series, the formation of sentences is addressed. Many a times it is observable that subject, verb and object are interchanged or one of them missing.

For examples –
1.Studying at Loratis is Rahul.
Correct: Rahul is studying at Loratis.

2.I danced
Correct: I danced at Town Hall.

The above sentence clearly shows the interchange of subject or missing object.

A complete sentence must contain subject, verb and object.

A subject represents name of a person, place, thing or an idea. It always found in the beginning or near to the beginning of a sentence. A subject can be replaced by pronouns such as I, she, he etc.

A verb shows the action or link the subject and object. For example – ate, ran, is, are etc.

An object receives action or in other words it gives information of subject or describes the subject.

An example for identification of subject, verb and object – I work for Loratis.

I Subject
Work Verb
Loratis Object

To have hand on practice, following the link.

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