A sentence that makes sense fully only when the end of the sentence is reached. “That morning, after a turbulent flight and some exciting experiences, we reached Edmonton.” See LOOSE sentence as opposite.
A noun or pronoun that indicates to whom or for whom, to what or for what the action of a transitive verb is performed. I asked b a question. Ed gave the door a kick.
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