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completsent - Sentences and Non- Sentences and Non-...

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Unformatted text preview: Sentences and Non- Sentences and Non- Sentences Sentences A sentence tells a complete idea. A fragment tells and incomplete idea. Read each of the following statements and decide which is a complete sentence. Sharks are fierce hunters. Sentence Fragment OOPS! OOPS! That is an incomplete thought. It is called a fragment . You are correct! You are correct! That is an complete thought. It is called a sentence . Afraid of sharks. Sentence Fragment OOPS! OOPS! That is an incomplete thought. It is called a fragment . You are correct! You are correct! That is an complete thought. It is called a sentence . The great white shark will attack people. Sentence Fragment OOPS! OOPS! That is an incomplete thought. It is called a fragment . You are correct! You are correct! That is an complete thought. It is called a sentence . Other kinds will not harm....
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