- the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences
- Tamy discovered a mistake in the sentence structure.
- Esperanto sentence structure (i.e., word order) is extremely flexible and diverse.
- In English, a sentence structure is usually Subject Verb Object/Complement.
- This sees English as a system obeying miles of grammar and sentence structure which have to be learned in detail and applied rigorously.
- Systems controlled by voice are not currently considered as within the scope of this principle because the nature and structure of speech is such that mid-sentence pauses can be significant.
- This approach reflects the integrated structure of the National Reform Programmes and the Implementation Reports, as well as the necessary consistency between the employment guidelines and the Article 99(2) broad economic policy guidelines, as underlined in Article 128(2), last sentence.