Hi friends! All of you English grammar fans are probably going to be happy with today’s Tag Tuesday topic, because it focuses on titles as complete sentences*. I decided to do Top 10 Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) today since I didn’t have anything for Top 5 Tuesday. So let’s do this!
*this is…something i struggle with considering i like to make up words and string together incorrigible adjectives until i forget what i was originally talking about. i’m good at english i swear-
I finished this one recently, and it totally counts right? I mean, just italicize some of the words like so: you’re so dead, you’re so dead, etc. It’s a great opener to a ransom note.
Really, I’m only adding this one because I can see it being a complete sentence in a poem? I don’t know if that counts but I want a poem with this as a complete sentence in it. Please.
I know that this is a thriller read but like, I could see this being a line in Mean Girls. Forever read this title in Regina George’s voice.
This is a complete sentence right? Maybe it would be if it were It’s A Tale of Two Cities. But either way, I’m just going to go with this!
Imagine all the possible conversations. For example: “Who will take the ring to Mordor? I’ll be the one!”
I just remembered that I still need to read this book…anyways, this title is a great reply whenever someone asks you where unicorns are! Or where you want to picnic.
10/10 would believe in this extraordinarily descriptive statement.
A name is technically a complete sentence, is it not? A name carries weight, meaning, all the answers to questions you didn’t even know you had. Also, I really needed another book.
It may be in past tense but it’s still a complete sentence! I think!
Past tense really covers a lot of the complete sentence bases apparently.
That’s it! Um, maybe I should review what a complete sentence is…talk to me in the comments below!