This page contains resources on writing sentences. (Note: The page will be updated as more resources on sentences are added to the site.)
Sentence is the building block of any kind of writing. Mastering variety of sentences is arguably the firmest step you can take to improve your writing. Let’s first take the building blocks of any sentence: Subject, Verb, Object, Complement, and Adverbial (SVOCA).
Subject, Verb, Object, Complement, and Adverbial (SVOCA)
Subject and verb must agree in number. Here are few rules in this regard:
After SVOCA, let’s get into sentences.
Types of sentences on the basis of structure
There are four types of sentences on the basis of their structure (number of dependent and independent clauses): simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex.
- What is a Compound Sentence and How to Write One?
- Examples of Compound Sentence in Multiple Variations
- Is This a Simple or Compound Sentence?
- What is a Complex Sentence and How to Write One?
- Examples of Complex Sentence in Multiple Variations
- Compound vs. Complex Sentence [3 Differences]
- What is Compound-complex Sentence and How to Write One?
- Examples of Compound-complex Sentence in Multiple Variations
Exercises on sentence
Take exercises on sentence: