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A clause is a group of words that have a subject and a predicate and is used as a sentence or part of a sentence.

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And which clauses should be matched with and who clauses?

And which clauses should be matched with and who clauses.

Is there two main types of clauses are independent clauses and dependent clauses?

Yes, these are the two main types of clauses. The names are dependent and independent clauses.

What kind of clause?

There is Main clauses, adjective clauses, adverb clauses and noun clauses, its not just "subordinate clause."

Exemption clauses and the nature of exemption clauses?

Exemption clauses are the problem, it is not the nature

What are the types of clauses?

There are two kinds of clauses and three types of clauses in the English language. The two kinds are independent and dependent. An independent clause consists of a subject and a predicate that represent a complete thought. Dependent clauses depend on independent clauses to make complete sense. the three dependent clauses are noun clauses, adjective clauses, and adverb clauses.

What is an independent clauses with no subordinate clauses?

A simple sentence.

How many clauses did the magna carta have?

The Magna Carta had 63 clauses. Some of these clauses we still use today.

Why do you have to understand phrases and clauses?

diffrenece between phrases and clauses

What is a list of noun clauses?

a list of noun clauses is a list

What is a word that joins clauses?

What is the word that joins clauses called

Can dependent clauses stand alone?

No, independent clauses can stand alone as sentences, but dependent clauses cannot stand alone.

What part of speech is used to link the clauses?

A conjunction, a coordinate one for independent clauses and a subordinate one for dependent clauses.

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