What does subordinate independent clause mean?
I think you can't have a subordinate independent clause. A subordinate clause is a clause which is dependant on another clause it can't stand alone as a sentence. An independent clause can stand alone as a sentence. ...
What is the difference between a subordinate clause and subordinate clause?
There isn't a difference between a subordinate clause and a subordinate clause. ...
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How do you use the word subordinate in a sentence?
The Captain is subordinate to a General in rank. Subordinate has a few meanings. It can mean below someone in status, e.g 'the peasant was subordinate to the King.' It has a similar meaning in that it can be used to describe someone who works for someone else, e.g 'the politician is subordinate to the Prime Minister.' Another use of subordinate is in 'subordinate clause,' which denotes a part of a sentence that adds to the main clause but cannot be used as...
What type of conjunction begins a subordinate clause?
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What does it mean to be a member of an oppressed or a subordinate group?
its a guy included in ur group or any other.
Does a coordinating conjunction introduce a subordinate clause?
No... Subordinate conjunctions (i.e. if, because, although, while, when, et cetera) begin subordinate clauses, at least when those subordinate clauses function as adverbs... ...
What are examples of a subordinate conjunction?
Although there are many subordinate conjunctions, the most common are "and", "but", and "or". A subordinate conjunction connects a subordinate clause (a clause that cannot stand alone as a sentence) to a main clause (a complete sentence). ...
What is the subordinate clause in The main road was closed after the bridge collapsed?
"After the bridge collapsed" is the subordinate clause. It begins with "after", a subordinate conjunction, and it cannot stand alone as a sentence. A subordinate clause is also called a dependent clause. ...
What are the conjunctions that go along with dependent clauses?
Subordinate conjunctions introduce a dependent (subordinate) clause. Examples of subordinate conjunctions: after because since unless ...
Is 'he has not played tennis'a subordinate clause?
there is no subordinate conjunction (because, after, therefore, even though, etc) so it is not a subordinate clause. if you look at it and it could be a complete sentence on it's own and make sense, it's not a subordinate clause. ...