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    simple sentence

    simple sentence contains a subject and a predicate

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    Re: simple sentence

    A simple sentence must also start with a capital letter and end with a punctuation mark, Patronella.

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    Re: simple sentence

    You can have a sentence with less than that- if you just have an imperative, there is not subject stated, though it is understood.

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