Chapter 1: Lesson 2: Clauses

A clause is a group of words that include at least a subject and a verb. The subject in this case always acts through a verb.

For example:

Before summer ended

Because the wolf hid out in the forest

There are a few types of clauses such as Independent clauses, and dependent clauses. Independent clauses can stand alone but dependent clauses can’t. I will show you the difference, using examples:

I went to the party after the game. (Independent clause)

When the circus gets to town, well go to see the elephants. (Dependent clause)


Jeyran Main

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