Verbal Ability - Completing Sentences

Completing Sentences Description

A Sentence is a combination of words that expresses a complete idea or thought. It is formed of two elements i.e. Subject and Predicate. While Subject refers to the one who is performing the action, the Predicate refers to the action being performed by the subject.
For example:- He is flying a kite. In this sentence, “He” refers to the subject and “is flying a kite” refers to the predicate.

There are four types of sentences:-
  • Assertive/Declarative Sentence
  • Interrogative Sentence
  • Imperative Sentence
  • Exclamatory Sentence
Assertive/Declarative Sentence is that which makes an assertion or a statement.
For example:- “He likes to play football”.

Interrogative Sentence is that which is meant to ask a question.
For example:- “Where are you going?”

Imperative Sentence expresses a command, advice or request.
For example:- Open the door.

Exclamatory Sentence expresses emotions, feelings and ends with an exclamation mark.
For example:- Wow! What a fantastic idea!

Completing these Sentences appropriately defines an individual's reading and vocabulary skills. There is no definite rule for doing it. Sound Knowledge of various grammar elements such as Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Adjectives, Tenses, etc. and their correct usage is what governs in completing a sentence. This knowledge is built over time by constant practice of English language through reading, writing and speaking.  
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