Formula of a Sentence in English
Subject (The object or person being talked about)
Verb (What action the subject is doing /did/will do/does)
Object (Receiver of the action)
S + V + O
Ravi Plays Cricket.
Type of Sentences – Simple Sentences
1 A leaf is a part of tree.
2 My daughter married a sailor
3 Shoes are made of leather
4 The class
was reading about Mahatma
S. No. Independent Clause
1 He worked hard but he failed.
2 Walls have ears & hedges have eyes.
3 I bought a ticket & (I) went in.
4 He is poor yet he is happy.
5 She is beautiful yet she in not arrogant.
Type of Sentences – Compound Sentences
S. No. Independent Clause Dependent Clause
1 The mice play When the cat is away.
2 She bought a book So that she might learn English
3 My mother had already cooked dinner When I reached home..
4 It is a good story that I will never forget.
Type of Sentences – Complex Sentences
Common Subordinating Conjunctions
Contrast clauses although; though; even though; while;
Reason clauses because; since; as
Place clauses where; wherever; everywhere
Purpose clauses so that; so; because + want
Result clauses so that; so … that; such … that
when; before; after; since; while; as;
as soon as; by the time; until
Conditional clauses if; unless; provided (that); as long as
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