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2016-02-11T00:27:29+08:00

KERNEL SENTENCE ---> is a simple declarative sentence with only one verb.
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2016-02-11T12:07:15+08:00
A kernel sentence is a simple, declarative sentence in active voice and affirmative form and has no modifiers and connecting conjunctions.

Examples:
     That talented boy is my brother.   (NOT a kernel sentence because of the modifier talented.)

     This is my brother.  (a kernel sentence)
 
     This is not my brother.  (NOT a kernel sentence because of the word "not" rendering the sentence in negative, not affirmative form).
   
     This bag is bought by my sister.  (NOT a kernel because it is in passive voice.)
  
     The boy is talented.  (a kernel sentence.)
  
     I want to eat chocolates.  (NOT a kernel sentence because of  the infinitive "to eat.)
   
     I want chocolates.  (a kernel sentence.)
  
     I want chocolates and nuts.  (NOT a kernel sentence because of the connecting conjunction "and").







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