Asked by: Irani Aganoffasked in category: General Last Updated: 25th January, 2020
What is a complete and incomplete thought?
Similarly one may ask, what is a complete thought?
A sentence is a complete thought, containing both subject and verb. The subject is what the sentence is about, and the verb is what the subject is doing. It's a modifying phrase, and phrases aren't sentences at all; they're not even clauses.)
Subsequently, question is, how do you identify a complete thought? A complete sentence must: begin with a capital letter, end with a punctuation mark (period, question mark, or exclamation point), and contain at least one main clause. A main clause includes an independent subject and verb to express a complete thought.
Just so, what is an incomplete sentence examples?
A sentence fragment (also known as an incomplete sentence) is a sentence that's missing a subject, a verb, or both. Here's an example of a sentence fragment: On my way home. On my way home is a prepositional phrase. There's no subject and no verb here, so this is an incomplete sentence.
Which group of words is a complete thought?