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11 June, 02:33

Which of the following is not a sentence?

A. Winding up the pole

B. The ferret has a silly look on its face

C. I really do like spinach

D. The men's bathroom is out of order

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  1. 11 June, 03:05
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    A sentence refers to the pair of words which is complete in itself. In other words, a sentence contains a subject and a predicate or it may contain a main clause and one or more subordinate clauses to convey a command, exclamation, question or statement.

    In the following statements, the sentences have subject and predicate,

    B. The ferret has a silly look on its face.

    'The ferret' - subject

    'has a silly look on its face' - predicate

    C. I really do like spinach.

    'I' - subject

    'really do like spinach' - predicate

    D. The men's bathroom is out of order.

    'The men's bathroom' - subject

    'is out of order' - predicate

    Hence, the sentence 'Winding up the pole' doesn't have a subject that's why it is not a sentence.
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