25 Simple Sentences For Kids

25 Simple Sentences For Kids

A simple sentence is a single clause with a subject and a predicate, or sentences containing an independent clause. The basic construction of a simple sentence consists of subject, verb, and object. The fact that a simple predicate consists only of a verb or a verb phrase shows that simple sentences will consist of a subject and a verb.

1.Are you a good witch or a bad witch?

2.Where is the toilet please?

3.They speak English at work.

4.The train does not leave at 12 AM.

5.I have no money at the moment.

6.Do they talk a lot ?

7.Does she drink coffee?

8.Would you be available to drive me?

9.Why haven’t you started studying?

10.Who was with you yesterday?

11.Is this correct?

12.I am sorry. I did not hear.

13.I don’t understand the topic, can you explain?

14.Can you speak louder, please?

15.Which book?

16.Can I go to the toilet?

17.Can you explain that again?

18.When is the exam?

19.When is the homework for?

20.I have done this.

21.Did you take your bag with you?

22.What time did you come from school?

23.When is she coming for dinner?

24.What kind of music do you want to dance to?

25.Which car would make you happier?