if you're struggling to make a sentence, you must:learn the four types of sentences, namely: declarative, interrogative, exclamatory and imperative sentences. choose one that you need.remember that a sentence has a subject (a noun or a pronoun) plus a verb or action word to describe what the subject is doing. for example, "elaine (subject) shouted (verb) ."you can start combining and making more complex sentences like "elaine shouted at the dog." practice. look at your surroundings and say sentences as things happen around you. write sentences as you say them. write everyday.
knowing how to write good sentences is very important for the following situations:at school, you are always made to do essays and reports.if you get sick, a teacher will ask you to compose a letter to explain what happened.you will always get emails from your friends and family, they will expect you to write back.most probably, you are in social media. it would be embarrassing if you don't know how to post nice sentences.when you get to college and, eventually, to work, there will be more tasks for you that involves composing of sentences.
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