sentence

18 12 2006

dictionaryThe American Heritage Dictionary offers the following definition:

sen·tence (sěn’təns) n.

  1. A grammatical unit that is syntactically independent and has a subject that is expressed or, as in imperative sentences, understood and a predicate that contains at least one finite verb.

I, therefore, present to the world Peter’s first self-assembled sentence, uttered repeatedly until the request was honored:

“I want juice.”

It seems to meet the defined criteria. It’s blunt, not terribly polite, but delightful to hear!

Go Peter!

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2 responses

19 12 2006
Mike Smith

I knew Peter’d be perfect once he started. Bid adieu to silence! Bravo, Peter!!

19 02 2007
Teresa

I love hearing the Pete-ster talk!

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