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Can a sentence have no object?

Can a sentence have no object?

A simple sentence (Clause) has a subject and a predicate (verb). Transitive verbs require a direct object but intransitive verbs do not, so it is possible and quite common to say things without an object.

Do sentences in English always have a verb?

It is easier to look for the verb first, since every sentence must contain a verb. The verb can be an action word or a linking verb such as “are/is, etc., seems, feels, appears…”

What does a sentence always have?

Sentences always begin with a capital letter and end in either a full stop, exclamation or question mark. A complete sentence always contains a verb, expresses a complete idea and makes sense standing alone. Andy reads quickly. This is now a complete sentence, as the whole idea of the sentence has been expressed.

What is always in grammar?

from English Grammar Today. Always is an adverb.

What type of word is always?


What is never in English grammar?

Never means ‘at no time’ or ‘not at any time’. We often use ‘ever’ and ‘never’ with the present perfect, but they can also be used with other verb tenses. I’ve never been to Brazil. They had never seen such a beautiful sunset before.

What is always still?

How to use always and still correctly. Always, still. We use always to say that something happens all the time. I always go swimming on Monday evenings. She has always wanted to visit Finland.

Was is and will always be?

Correct one: will always be. Reason: An adverb of indefinite frequency always comes before main verb except verb to be.

What type of adverb is always?

Adverbs of Frequency These adverbs tend to appear right before the main verb in the sentence. Popular adverbs in this category include: again. always.

How do you use still?

We use still to show that something continues up to a time in the past, present or future. It goes in front of the main verb: Even when my father was 65, he still enjoyed playing tennis. It’s past midnight but she’s still doing her homework.

Is still or are still?

If you have a subject, followed by either are still or still are and then followed by an adjective, either one is correct. The leftovers are still in the fridge or the leftovers still are in the fridge—-chances are, in the second example you would emphasize the word STILL, but either is correct.

Where should I put still in a sentence?

We use still to show that something continues up to the time referred to. It is used in the past present or future. Still is placed in front of the main verb: Even though he was a teenager he still loved playing outside.

Can you end a sentence with still?

Yes, you can put still at the end of a sentence.