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English Grammar: Fragments vs. Sentences [Video]

Today, we’re looking at the difference between fragments and sentences.

 

What’s a sentence?

A sentence, as you know, consists of a  subject and a verb. That’s all you need to have a sentence! It doesn’t have to have a direct object, an indirect object, a prepositional phrase, etc. It can, but it doesn’t have to. All it needs is a subject and a verb.

 

What’s a fragment?

A fragment is a phrase that does not have BOTH a subject and a verb.

 

Examples of fragments

  • Inside Tom’s house.
  • Hit the ball to Peter.
  • The biggest house in the world.

 

For more info, check out the video above! 🙂

 

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