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A clause is a group of words containing a subject and a verb .Clauses are divided two types: • Independent clause (main or principle clause)
• Dependent clause (subordinate or sub-clause)
I. Independent clauses An independent clause is a complete sentence .It contains the main subject and verb of a sentence .It can stand alone as a sentence by itself. An independent clause = Subject + verb + (complement) Example: The thief ran away.
That is the book.
Hob said loudly.
II. Dependent Clauses
A dependent is not a complete sentence .It must be connected to an independent clause. A dependent clause = Subordinator + subject + verb + complement Example:
•When she saw the police.
• Which I want.
• That he was tried.
But we put another sentence with each of them, and then they do make sense. • The thief ran away when she saw the police.
• that is the book that I saw.
• Hob said loudly that he was tired.
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a) Subordinators (subordinating conjunction)
After before than when which although even though whenever while as how unless where whom as soon as since if until what whether because so that. b) Coordinating (coordinating conjunction)
There are only seven coordinators, which you can remember by the phrase. FANBOYS: for and nor but or yet so
c) Conjunctive Adverbs
Accordingly hence likewise nonetheless for example besides d however Meanwhile otherwise in addition consequently indeed moreover therefor In contrast furthermore on the other hand nevertheless instead. Noun Clause
A noun clause is a dependent clause that functions as a noun. It can be a subject, object, or subject complement. Example:- I know that the people have different opinions about capital punishment. (Noun clause as an object) -Where he has signed the contract or not doesn’t matter. -If that what you want to know, why don’t you ask him? I. Type of noun clause There are three types’ dependent noun clauses:
1. That clause made form statements 2. Wh-question made from Wh-question 3. Yes/No question clause made...
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