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Jiyong Jang

on 30 January 2014

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Transcript of Clauses

Grammar Boot Camp
Grammar Bootcamp
By: Sebastian Ardila, Jiyong Jang
group of related words that contains both a subject and a verb.

group of words that do not contain a subject or a verb.

Independent Clause
Dependent Clause
Prepositional Phrase
Participial Phrase
Appositive Phrase
Made with a subject and a verb

Can be used alone

Indepedent Clause = Simple Sentence
Adds information to independent clause

Starts with a special word (subordinating conjunction or a relative pronoun)
Begins with a preposition( The word links other words)
Followed by an object and any modifiers
Functions as an adjective or adverb

Begins with a participle: verb ending in “-ed,” “-en,” or “-ing”
Followed by an object and any modifiers
Functions as an adjective

Renames, or identifies, a noun or pronoun
When adds nonessential information,
it is set off by commas

Simple Sentences

Compound sentences
Complex sentences
A simple sentence is a sentence structure that contains one independent clause and no dependent clauses
A compound sentence is composed of at least two independent clauses and it is connected with a subordinating conjunction.
A sentence that contains a dependent clause and a independent clause. It is connected with a coordinating conjunction.
a set of words that is complete in itself, typically containing a subject and predicate, conveying a statement, question, exclamation, or command, and consisting of a main clause and sometimes one or more subordinate clauses.
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