A sentence is a group of complete sense.
*A combination of words that makes a complete sense is called a sentence.—J. C. Nesfield.
*A group of words which makes a complete sense is called a sentence.—Wren & Martin.
Sentences may be divided into five classes, each of which may be further subdivided into two.
Affirmative: Affirming something.
Negative: Denying something.
a) Assertive sentences make a simple statement. Examples: I know him. I do not know him.
i) Subject + Verb + Object or Noun/Pronoun.
ii) Subject + Verb + not + Object/Complement.
iii) Subject + Auxiliary Verb + not + Principal Verb + Object/Complement.
iv) Subject + V + no/not a + Object/Complement.
v) Subject + do not/does not/did not + V + Object/Complement.
01. We are learning English with care.
02. The boy is not inattentive.
03. Our teacher are well-educated and well-experienced.
04. He does not play in the evening.
05.They did not do the work.