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Incomplete Sentences

A complete sentence answers two questions: (1) who and (2) what is being done. Can you figure out if a sentence is complete or not?
Levels and Question Sets
Set 1
Is this a complete sentence?
Instructions: 1. Read the given sentence. 2. Figure out who the sentence is talking about and what is being done. 3. If you can find answers to both questions, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Example: The car hit the tree.
Method: Check to see if you can answer the following question:
(1) Who is this sentence talking about? car
(2) What did the car do? hit the tree
Answer: The above sentence answers both who and what is being done. Therefore, the answer is 'TRUE'.