Subject Verb Object
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- PASSIVE Look at these two sentences: Subject Verb Object (1) The
- Subject. Verb. Object.
- Sentence Pattern Four: Subject–Verb–Direct Object–Object
- Sentence Pattern Four: Subject–Verb–Direct Object–Object. Complement (S-V- DO-OC). The next sentence pattern includes an object complement.
Suggested News Resources
- Q. and A. With Stuart Elliott
- “It helps to transpose the sentence to a traditional subject-verb-object format: 'Challenges come with progress.' (No one would ever say 'Challenges comes with progress.
Suggested Web Resources
- Subject–verb–object - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In linguistic typology, subject–verb–object (SVO) is a sentence structure where the subject comes first, the verb second, and the object third.
- Keeping it Simple: the Subject-verb-object Structure
- May 23, 2008 The most important strategy for writing clearly is to use the S+V+O sentence structure.
- Subject + Verb + Object - Interesting Things for ESL Students
- You can learn a lot and have fun at the same time by studying English with these randomly-generated sentences.
- Subjects and Verbs and Objects - Basic Sentence Unit
- You should now be able to identify the main parts of the basic sentence unit: SUBJECT plus VERB, or SUBJECT plus VERB plus OBJECT.
- Subject Verb Object | Learn English
- Grammar. Take a look at this sentence: "I like English a lot." What's the subject, verb and object in the sentence?
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