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#177 - No. In order to be considered a sentence, a sentence needs to …  [+] (2 replies) 02/09/2012 on Ha ha +1
#181 - fenders (02/09/2012) [-]
Yes, "stop" is the verb, and the subject is "you." The "you" is implied. Which is why the comment below me that says "Go." is the shortest sentence, is correct.
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#184 - trollingdoneright (02/09/2012) [-]
The only reason "Go." could actually be considered a complete sentence is because it's in the imperative mood. I think people have different opinions is because the English Language has many different Grammatical ways, so it can be interpreted in many different ways. With a total of three letters—the same number as the illegal “I am” contender—“I go” should reign as the champion, unless someone out there knows of a single letter verb. (No fair pulling in Old English and foreign languages.)
#168 - Actually, that is not a fragment. 'English' is the S…  [+] (8 replies) 02/09/2012 on Ha ha +4
#171 - anon (02/09/2012) [-]
wrong the shortest is stop
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#177 - trollingdoneright (02/09/2012) [-]
No. In order to be considered a sentence, a sentence needs to have a subject and a verb.
#181 - fenders (02/09/2012) [-]
Yes, "stop" is the verb, and the subject is "you." The "you" is implied. Which is why the comment below me that says "Go." is the shortest sentence, is correct.
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#184 - trollingdoneright (02/09/2012) [-]
The only reason "Go." could actually be considered a complete sentence is because it's in the imperative mood. I think people have different opinions is because the English Language has many different Grammatical ways, so it can be interpreted in many different ways. With a total of three letters—the same number as the illegal “I am” contender—“I go” should reign as the champion, unless someone out there knows of a single letter verb. (No fair pulling in Old English and foreign languages.)
#174 - wafflicious (02/09/2012) [-]
Wrong again, the shortest is "Go."
#169 - newzealander (02/09/2012) [-]
<<Well....... i guess
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#173 - trollingdoneright (02/09/2012) [-]
Matter of fact, both of your posts don't even have periods at the end. You sir, are not grammatically correct.
#179 - newzealander (02/09/2012) [-]
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