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Clauses

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J-Anne Fabula

on 17 February 2013

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Transcript of Clauses

Adverb Clause - a group of related words containing
a subject and a verb.

It is different from a phrase in that
a phrase does not include a
subject and a verb relationship. Clauses - a clause that can stand by itself
and still make sense Independent Clause - a clause that can not stand
by itself Adjective Clause - a subordinate clause that modifies
a verb, an adjective, or an adverb
- tells how, when, where, why, to what
extent, and under what condition
It is introduced by a subordinating
conjunction. Clauses It may be a sentence or a
part of larger one examples: Kids enjoy playing treasure hunt.

She makes sure to spend some time with her pets. Dependent Clause or subordinate clause a subordinate clause can act as an adjective, an adverb or a noun - a subordinate clause that modifies
a noun or a pronoun.
It begins with a relative pronoun. Relative Pronouns: who whoever whose whom whomever which what whatever that examples of Subordinating Conjunctions: since for though
after before because
although while so that
whether but unless Noun Clause - a subordinate conjunction that functions as a noun

It can do anything a noun can do:
subject, direct object, indirect object, predicate nominative, object of the preposition examples example: example examples The End When summer comes, the little tots in the neighborhood begin their little adventures.

Kids who are usually around 7 years of age enjoy playing treasure hunt Kids who are usually around 7 years old enjoy playing treasure hunt.

The dances which will be presented on Tuesday are practiced by the entire class. Although the ink was a bit faded, the contents of the letter can still be read.

The students continued their activity even though it was starting to drizzle. They are wondering why he chose to study away from home.

What other people thinks became her main concern.
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