anonymous
  • anonymous
Is the example a complete sentence, sentence fragment, or run-on sentence? Jonathan is the quarterback of the football team. A. run-on sentence B. complete sentence C. sentence fragment I think this is a complete sentence ,but when I looked the question up on google some said it's a sentence fragment so i'm unsure
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  • jamiebookeater
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leahhhmorgannn
  • leahhhmorgannn
Well, there's a subject - Jonathan Object, I THINK would be playing football. Isn't that all you need for a complete sentence? Sorry if I'm a little rusty on this - haven't studied it in a while.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm pretty sure, that's what I think also so should I put complete sentence?
leahhhmorgannn
  • leahhhmorgannn
It seems like a perfectly complete sentence to me. I can't imagine where it would be a fragment, much less a run-on.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah I guess so this is the definition of a complete sentence anyways: A complete sentence is a group of words related by meaning, which: Starts with a capital letter and ends with a period (exclamation or question marks); Has a subject and a verb predicate (which should agree with each other in number); Has a complete thought. It fits along those lines right?
leahhhmorgannn
  • leahhhmorgannn
In my opinion, absolutely.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok well thanks for your help!
leahhhmorgannn
  • leahhhmorgannn
The verb tense agrees, it's a complete and finished thought, it has a subject - yes.
leahhhmorgannn
  • leahhhmorgannn
you're welcome :)

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