In a sentence can we write subject without a verb?

Answer this question

  • In a sentence can we write subject without a verb?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 01:23
Positive: 66 %
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 02:24
Present. That was my pen. Simple present That has been my pen. Past perfect. That will be my pen. Simple future.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 09:45
That sentence has a subject and a verb. The verb is "is". You can tell if there is a verb that carries tense by changing the time reference. This is my pen today. This was my pen yesterday. "is" changed to "was" so that tells you that it's a verb carrying tense, and you have a sentence.
Positive: 40 %

Possible answer

... past tense without any helping verbs. ... as the subject in a sentence. If we refer ... examines subject – verb agreement problems that can result ...
Read more
Positive: 66 %
How To Write Correct Sentences. ... Writing a good sentence is an art, and you can master that art by developing ... and others such as subject, verb ...
Read more
Positive: 61 %
Verbs can also sometimes be recognized by their position in a sentence. In the following two sentence frames, only a verb can ... subject.) Linking verbs ...
Read more
Positive: 47 %
How to Identify the Subject of a Sentence. You probably think you know what a subject and a verb is, since you can't have a sentence without at least one ...
Read more
Positive: 24 %

Show more results