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Sentence A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete idea.
Things to Know A sentence begins with a capital letter.Many sentences end with a period.
Example of a Sentence The dog is in the car.
Not a Sentence Example in the car What is in the car? We do not know.
Which is the sentence? Colin hits the ball. hits the ball CorrectTells a complete idea Begins with a capital letter Ends with a period
Which is the sentence? The boy The boy loves to swim. CorrectTells a complete idea Begins with a capital letter Ends with a period
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