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Writing Meaningful Sentences

Sep 2, 2022
  • Look at the sentences and mark what’s wrong in it. Are you able to understand these sentences? 
  • The bird is _____. 
  • The ___ is crying. 
  • It __ a Yacht. 
  • Feeling shy you are? 
  • This park is. 
  • In the first 3 sentences, some words are missing. So, we can’t understand the complete meaning of these sentences. 
  • In the last two sentences the words are not in proper order. So, we can’t understand the correct meaning of the sentences. These are also not the meaningful sentences. 
  • We can say a meaningful sentence is a group of words that tells complete thought/idea. 
  • It begins with a capital letter and ends with punctuation marks like ‘full stop’ and ‘question mark’. 
  • It also answers the question of “who” and “what”. 
  • It has a fixed order of forming the sentence to give meaningful sentence. 
  • Examples: 
  • The girl is dancing. 
  • The dog s running. 
  • The baby is crying. 
  • Some other sentences who don’t answer “who” are also meaningful sentences. 
  • Examples: 
  • This is an apple. 
  • That is an aeroplane. 
  • It is a car. 
  • There are some other sentences which doesn’t show the complete meaning. Those are not the meaningful sentences. 
  • Let’ see some examples. 
  • Whole day & night. 
  • At the pool? 
  • This is how we can identify the meaningful sentences by looking at its formation and meaning. 


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