6 Basic Patterns of Writing Sentences

By following those 6 basic patterns, writing English is not so difficult. Writing is actually the way we construct sentences. If we have a good ability to construct sentence, we will be easy to write anything.

Commonly, we tend to make very long and complex sentences but they are not as clear as the length of the form. The worst, the sentences can not be pointed the meaning. Bellow is the common pattern to construct sentences. If we follow these pasterns, then it will be clearly seen that making sentence is simple.

Sentence is a combination of constructed parts of speech into meaningful point. The part of speech which is commonly applied to make a very simple sentence are: noun, verb, linking verb, adjective and adverb. These six parts of speech are the main element of simple sentence.

It is important to remember that English sentence always have a “Predicate”. It can be verb or linking verb. English sentences, at least, must consist of Subject and Predicate otherwise it is not a sentence. The following pattern is simple guide to construct sentences

Noun + Verb
• Wind blows
• The birds fly
• The dog barks
• A lamp burns

Noun + Verb + Noun
• A cat catches a bird
• This text confuses me
• The library supplies many books
• The beggar begs some money

Noun + Linking Verb + Adjective
• The baby looks healthy
• The food tastes nice
• The book seems interesting
• The music sounds loud
• His ambition becomes true
• I do not feel good
• The house gets haunting
• The girls are beautiful