Sentences in any language are based on subject and predicate. One has to consider rules related to grammar before writing sentences of any language. A sentence is a group of words which has a subject and object associated with a verb. A fragment sentence is a part of sentence. Fragment is also group of words. It has starting with a capital letter. It is ended with exclamation mark, a period, a question mark. The difference between a sentence and fragment is that fragment is grammatically incomplete. To understand this see some fragment sentence examples
To write a complete sentence you will have to follow certain basics. Complete thought along with use of subject and predicate form a sentence. Sometimes you must be getting remarks on writing a fragmented sentence. There can be chances that you would not understand those. A sentence can be called incomplete if it lacks either subject or verb. Sometimes people do not use both of essentials while writing something. There are some dependent clauses which makes a sentence look as if they are complete. But when you will read them you will find that it is not expressing a clear meaning. Such clauses are called as dependent as they are not able to stand unaided. Take a close look over these clauses to understand a fragmented sentence. Here are some examples of fragment sentence examples
‘When he finally move to the place'
‘Because he was moving upside the hill'
‘If you wish to enjoy party this weekend'
‘After he won the match'
‘Since today is coldest day'
All these sentences have subject in them. Verb is also present in sentence. But still they are termed as a fragmented sentence. First word of each sentence causes sentence to sense as incomplete one. First words of sentences belong to different class of words. Such words are called as subordinators. To complete these subordinators you have to apply some specific conjunctions. If you follow some steps you can learn how to avoid these fragmentations. Combine two different sentences together. Try to make one sentence dependent over another in order to obtain a meaningful sentence. Common conjunctions related to subordinators are –because, since and ‘so that' to show cause and effect.
Comparison can be shown by although, even though, whereas etc. Make use of these words to form a meaningful sentence.