AWESOME CLAUSES

ROCK THE SENTENCE

Main Clause...

Subject + Verb = Complete sentence


Example:

"That dog plays fetch."

Dog = Subject Plays = Verb

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SUBORDINATE CLAUSE...

Subordinate Junction + Subject + Verb = Incomplete Thought


Example:

"Because my cat likes fish"

Because = Subordinate Junction Cat = Subject Likes = Verb

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ADJECTIVE CLAUSE...

Adjective Pronoun or Adverb + Subject + Verb = Incomplete Thought

Adjective Pronoun as Subject + Verb = Incomplete Thought


Examples:

"Whom Johnny threw on the ground"

Whom = Adjective Pronoun Johnny = Subject Threw = Verb


"That has went away"

That = Subject Pronoun Went = Verb

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NOUN CLAUSE...

A noun clause can be used as a subject of a verb.


Example:

"Whichever topping you want on our pizza is fine with me."

Noun Clause = Whichever topping you want

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