Anatomy of a Sentence Subject = Brain!

Anatomy of a Sentence
Subject = Brain!
Verb = Heart!
Direct or Indirect Objects
= Large Intestine
Adverbs = Arm
Prepositional Phrase =Leg
A heart and a brain are essential; without them, a person dies--and so does a sentence.
Arms and legs are nice to have; they can be very useful. But it is possible to live without
them. You can also omit adverbs and prepositional phrases without killing a sentence.
When direct or indirect objects are present, they are part of the core of a sentence and
help to complete the, um, idea—but sometimes the objects are absent, and the person
is able to live that way. A relative of mine lived to age 99 without her colon!