In my case, the simple sentence is “I want to be safe, and I want to be heard.”
You like a regular, straight-out, simple sentence with one subject and one predicate, don't you?
At the end of that simple sentence he stuck, and because of it Jack Roberts blushed.
That was all he said, and yet in his simple sentence was much.
But she was completely outclassed by that one simple sentence.
Remember that a simple sentence is one that contains a single statement, question or command.
A simple sentence, therefore, will contain but one subject and one predicate.
The true key and explanation of the whole may, however, lie in the simple sentence—Death came into the world by sin.
No. 20 is a simple sentence, with a complex sentence in parenthesis.
If that simple sentence could be put into letters of living flame, its tremendous meaning might burn into our hearts.