|When we speak, we don't just use words. We put the words together and build a sentence.|
|A sentence is a bit like a puzzle: all parts have to fit.
You put them in the right place, and you turn them around to match them
with the other parts.
|When we build a sentence we do the same thing with the words that we use:
we put them in the right place
and we give them the correct form to match with the other words.
Consice English Grammar Topics
|There are different sorts of words, but in a sentence
the most important one is the verb.
Because the verb carries the meaning of what is said.
|That meaning is made clear by the verb's place and form.|
Have a look at a few examples:
|The second is a question, because the verb is in a different place.|
And what about these examples?
|The first means that she still is my friend,
the second says he isn't my friend anymore.
Here it is the form of the verb that makes this clear.