Subject Object Verb English Grammar - Basic parts of a sentence : Almost all sentences of English are formed by the use of 3 basic parts - Subject, Object, Verb.

Subject Object Verb English Grammar
                                     Subject Object Verb English Grammar

What is a sentence?

A sentence is one which has at least one verb and makes a complete sense of an action.

In case of a simple sentence, the structure of the sentence is like this,

Subject + Verb + Object

Examples -
1] I have an umbrella.
2] She had an office.
3] The girl found her doll.
4] John and Merry married with each other.
5] We visited a park yesterday.
6] Goutam is fond of ice-cream.
7] Vedant went with his parents.
8] School will reopen in June.
9] Great persons never get upset with defeats.
10] Small girls are dancing in rhythm.

A sentence always has at least one subject and verb. It may have or may not have an object.
Now let us see what a subject is.

What is a subject in English Grammar?

Subject is one about which some information is given in a sentence. 
It may be singular or plural, a noun or pronoun.
It may be a name of an animal, a plant, 

For example- 
1] George has driven his car.
Here, George is a subject as some information is given about him.

2] Players are in swing.
3] Plants give us oxygen.
4] We caught bus on time.
5] All the students played very well.
6] Cats and dogs are enemies.
7] Rain is pouring continuously.
8] Some animals are cared at home.
9] I like to surf on the net.
10] People gossip about the burning issues.


What is object in English Grammar?

Object is a part of a sentence on which a verb performs an action. It may be a noun, a pronoun or a noun phrase.

It is governed by a verb or a preposition. Furthermore, it may be a person, a place or a thing.

It comes immediately after the verb in simple sentences.

Examples-

1] I got a new umbrella yesterday.
2] Merry married with John last month.
3] Tigers eat other animals.
4] I found my old jacket in the cupboard.
5] Jenny and Jenifer ate watermelon.
6] Cricketers performed at their best.
7] My teacher suggested me to study hard.
8] Patrik finds science hard.
9] Mr. Narendra Modi is trying a lot for nation's progress.
10] My uncle will definitely bring a scooter for me.


What is a verb in English Grammar?

A verb is nothing but an action word used in a sentence. It tells us which action has been performed by a subject.

The verb may be Main verb or Associative verb.

A main verb is one which gives an idea of actual action taken For example- play, jump, ride, keep, find, search, write, care, look, see, eat etc.

An associative verb is one which associates the main verb. For example- is, are, will, can, shall, has, have, had, do, does, did etc.

There are two types of verbs - 1] Transitive verb  2] Intransitive Verb

1] Transitive Verb is one with which an object is associated.
2] Intransitive Verb is one with which there is no object associated.

To read more about Transitive and Intransitive Verb Click here.

Examples-

1] I locked my home.
2] Pressure cooker gives whistles.
3] Schools give us value education.
4] Parents care for their kids.
5] Fogat sisters are popular for wrestling skills.
6] We use perfume every day.
7] My husband had worked in that company.
8] Varun will play football matches in vacation.
9] Swami gave me whatever I needed.
10] One of the students will accompany you.

Also Read : Subject and Predicate in hindi






















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