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Independent and Dependent Clause

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What is a clause?
An English teacher shows where the independent and dependent clauses are in a sentence.
What Is an Independent Clause?
An independent clause is a clause that can stand on its own and usually has a subject, a verb and an object.
Find out the differences between independent and dependent clauses.

What Is a Dependent Clause?
A dependent clause, or subordinate clause, is a phrase that has its own subject and verb, but is not a complete sentence by itself.
Find out about different types of dependent clauses.

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