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The locals clearly like their famous ­resident. Adore him even.

The food was ready really quickly and the customer service was excellent.
Best service ever in New Jersey.


Are these exceptable in formal english. Is Adore him even a phrase here ?



Sometimes it's better to see the world through fantasy than through reality.

Is sometimes or it's the main subject ? World is the object, ?



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panda blue 483The locals clearly like their famous ­resident. Adore him even.
The food was ready really quickly and the customer service was excellent. Best service ever in New Jersey.
Are these exceptable in formal english.
Are these acceptable in formal English?

No. Formal English is written entirely in complete sentences. No fragments. What you are providing here are examples of what we might call "Sunday supplement style". They are from articles in newspapers or magazines whose articles are intended to be entertaining as much as informative.

panda blue 483 Is Adore him even a phrase here?

Yes. It's a verb phrase. The lack of an explicit subject makes it a fragment.

panda blue 483Sometimes it's better to see the world through fantasy than through reality.
Is sometimes or it's the main subject?

'it' is the subject. 'sometimes' is an adverb. It answers the question "When?" A subject answers the question "Who?" or "What?" How often do you see an adverb as a subject? Probably never.

panda blue 483World is the object?

It's not the object of the main clause. The main clause has no object. However, it's the object of the verb 'see'.

CJ