What are examples of subjects in a sentence?
A subject is a part of a sentence that contains the person or thing performing the action (or verb) in a sentence. (See What is a verb?) Example: Jennifer walked to the store. In this sentence, the subject is “Jennifer” and the verb is “walked.”
Can there be a subject in a sentence?
In most English sentences, the subject comes before the verb. But sentences beginning with there is or there are follow a different order: the subject comes after the verb is or are. Here is an example: There is the bus!
Can you have two subjects in a sentence?
A sentence has a compound subject when it has more than one subject. It has a compound predicate when there is more than one predicate. Sometimes sentences can have both a compound subject and a compound predicate.
How many types of subjects are there in English grammar?
Three Types of Subjects. With this in mind, let’s discuss three main types of subjects. They are: simple subjects, compound subjects, and noun phrases.
Are there questions examples?
There is a cat on the tree. There’s some milk in the fridge….There is, there are — how to form.
|Type of sentence||Singular||Plural|
|Positive||There is (= There’s)||There are …|
|Negative||There is not (= There isn’t / There’s not)||There are not (= There aren’t)|
|Question||Is there…?||Are there…?|
How do you identify a simple sentence?
How to Identify a Simple Sentence
- Identify the subject and the predicate. A simple sentence must have at least one subject (someone or something performing an action) and a predicate (a verb or verbal phrase describing that action).
- Look for a conjunction.
- Note any mid-sentence punctuation.
- Check for a complete thought.
What are the four types of sentences in English?
There are four types of sentences in the English language: declarative, exclamatory, imperative, and interrogatory.