Basic Sentence Structure
The basic structure of a sentence is subject, verb, object. This is shown by the example below:
I see the bird.
A sentence need not have an object, as demonstrated by the following example:
“I am” is the most elemental of sentences. With this simple arrangement of a subject and verb, one can affirm his or her own basic existence. “I am” mimics the sound and rhythm of simple human respiration. (Try it: breathe in while saying “I” to yourself and breathe out while saying “am.”)