Is this sentence correct ?


I have never seen it !
The kids found the nest on the ground.

It is a birds nestIt will be the comment for the picture board.

asked Jun 21 '13 at 04:45 Maki New member

2 answers


The first two sentences are correct. For the third sentence, you forgot to put an apostrophe ['s] on the word bird. Your sentence should be: "It is a bird's nest." and it should be followed by a period [.] or an exlamation [!] "It is a bird's nest!" to make it a sentence. For the last sentence, I cannot precisely say if it is correct or incorrect, but if you asked me to construct a sentence similar to what is written, I would say: "There will be (a comment/comments) on the picture board."

link comment edited Jun 21 '13 at 05:44 Ernest Estrella New member

Further to Ernest's answer, I think that this is what the third sentence means:


"It's a bird's nest!" will be the caption on the picture board.

link answered Jun 21 '13 at 09:10 Michael Cranfield Expert

I think you are right on that Michael. Thanks!

Ernest EstrellaJun 21 '13 at 14:54

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