How to write a perfect sentence?


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If you want to make a perfect sentence you can follow the structures:

(1). Subject + Intransitive Verb

Briefly = S + I.V

Examples:

Habib is sleeping.

Rakib is swimming.

The moon peeps behind the hill.

Note: Intransitive verb are those verb that has no object. So, there will be no object after intransitive verb.

(If you ask question to verb with “who” and get answer, you will get subject.  If you ask question to verb with “whom” “what” and get answer, you will get object.  Who is sleeping? The answer is Habib. What is sleeping? There is no answer.

Basically, noun and pronoun do the function of subject and object. This is very simple way to understand subject and object.)

 

(2). Subject + Transitive Verb + Object

Briefly = S + T.V + O

Examples:

Shakib is eating rice.

Hira is cooking beef.

He is drinking a cup of tea.

Note: Transitive verb is the verb that has object after verb.

(Who is eating? The answer is Shakib. What is he eating? The answer is rice. So here, Shakib is subject and rice is object.)

 

(3). There are some sentences that begin with there, then verb, and then subject.

There + Verb + Subject.

Example:

There is a boy in the room.

Once upon a time, there lived a man in a village.

There are 50 students in class five.

 

(4). Subject+ Be verb + Adverbial Complement

Briefly = S+B.V+A.C

Examples:

Students are in the class.

Toma is in her room.

Taufiq is sitting in the drawing room.

If the subject after verb is singular, then verb takes singular form but    if the subject is plural, then verb takes plural form.

If you ask a question to the verb with ‘when’ ‘where’ and ‘how’ and get an answer, it means that it is adverb.

Where are the students? The answer is ‘in the class’. So in the class is adverb.

 

(5). Subject+ Linking Verb + Adjective Complement.

Briefly= S+L.V+A.C

Examples:

Jakir is tall.

Honey tastes sweet.

The students are meritorious.

Here, ‘is’, ‘tastes’, and ‘are’ belong to linking verb.

Some linking verbs are- am, is, are, remain, stay, sound, feel, smell, taste, prove, fall, become, appear, seem and turn.

Linking verb is the verb that has a link to the subject and its complement. Complement can be of two types- noun complement and adjective complement.

The first example: Jakir is tall. Here, the person who is tall is Jakir.

Tall describes Jakir’s physical condition.

So there is a link or relation between Jakir and tall.

But if we say, Jakir is a cow. Jakir can’t be a cow.

There is no relation between Jakir and cow. So, here ‘is’ not a linking verb.

Honey is sweet. There is  a relation between honey and sweet.

We know ‘am’ ‘is’ and ‘are’ is be verb.

When it describes relation or link between subject and its complement, it is linking verb. But when it doesn’t describe link with subject and its complement, it is be verb.

 

(6). Subject + Linking Verb + Noun Complement

Briefly= S+L.V+ N.C

Examples:

Nahid is a farmer.

The experiment proved a failure.

He became a doctor.

Here ‘is’ ‘proved’ and ‘became’ are linking verb. A farmer, a failure and a doctor are noun complement.

Note: If you find a relation of a subject with its complement, like- profession, quality, same nature etc you can say the verb is linking verb.

How to make a perfect sentence with perfect grammatical structure?

 

(7) . Subject+ Transitive Verb +Object+ Adjective complement.

Briefly= S+T.V+O+A.C

Examples:

We thought the poem difficult.

The mother kept the baby quiet.

We found him guilty.

We can explain the examples with a table:

Subject Transitive Verb Object Adjective Complement
We thought the poem difficult
The mother kept the baby quiet.
We Found him guilty.

 

(8). Subject+ Transitive Verb +Object +Noun complement.

Briefly= S+T.V+O+N.C

Examples:

We elected him president.

They appointed him headmaster.

We make him captain.

We can explain the examples with a table:

Subject Transitive Verb Object Noun Complement
We elected him president.
They appointed him headmaster.
We make him captain.

 

(9). Subject + Transitive Verb + Indirect Object +  Direct Object

Briefly= S+T.V+ I.O+D.O

Examples:

He gave me a pen.

I sent her some gifts.

The headmaster gave me the first prize.

We can explain the examples with a table:

Subject Transitive Verb Indirect Object Direct Object
He gave me a pen.
I sent her some gifts.
The headmaster gave me the first prize.
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