What is an example of a syntax sentence?

Mar 12, 2017

This sentence is an example of a syntax sentence.

Or to avoid the second use of $s e n t e n c e$:
This sentence is an example of syntax structure.

Explanation:

Syntax simply means that the sentence follows accepted practices in the construction of a sentence. Syntax defines the flow of the sentence to enhance its clarity. Usually syntax places the subject before the verb, followed by the object of the sentence.

In the example above, the subject (the first $s e n t e n c e$ used) appears before the verb $i s$ (from 'to be') followed by the object "example".

Another example: The dog barked at the cat.

This is more readily understood than:
The cat was barked at by the dog.

As for the question posed above:
What is an example of a syntax sentence?
This is an example of a syntax $q u e s t i o n$ where most start with Who, Where, When, Why or How, and end with ? .

It is more understandable than:
An example of a syntax sentence is what?