Chapter 2-1-3: Sentence Fragments
What Are Sentence Fragments?
Sentence fragments are groups of words masquerading as sentences. In reality, they aren't complete sentences at all.
To be considered a sentence, an arrangement of words must contain at least one independant clause. An indepedant clause is a clause that can stand on its own as a simple sentence. It contains a subject and a predicate. It makes sense on its own.
Usually sentence fragments are created by forgetting to put a verb, main clause, or subject in the so-called "sentence."
Examples of sentence fragments: