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What are kinds of clauses?

The kinds of clauses are: independent clause dependent clause adverbrial clause adjective clause noun clause appositive clause gerundial clause prepared by: Mr.Lance Borrommeo

What is an insubordinate clause?

An insubordinate clause is just another word for an Independent clause. A subordinate clause is just another word for a Dependent clause. An Independent clause is a sentence that can stand by itself and a dependent clause can't stand by…

What is the kinds of subordinate clause?

They are sometimes called dependent clauses because they "depend" on a main clause to give them meaning subordinating conjunction are clauses that provide a subordinate clause to a main clause. example: Pop stars earn high wages but workers do not…