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  • 1. Clause  
  • 2. Clause:
    •     A clause is defined as a group of words containing its own subject and predicate but forming only part of a complex sentence.
    •    There are many types of clauses, however, for this particular presentation we will only be dealing with five that seem to be quite dominant in the english language. 
    •     These clauses are:
      • Independent Clause
      • Dependent Clause
      • Adjective Clause
      • Noun Clause
      • Adverb Clause
  • 3. Independent Clause:
    • Definition:
    •   Grammatically complete sentences that contain a subject and a verb and expresses a complete thought; can stand alone. 
      •   Without this a sentence becomes a fragment. 
      • It cannot be removed without changing the meaning of the sentence.
    •   
    •   
    • Example(1):
    •   Ariluz drank a sherley temple.
    •    Ariluz=subject
    •    drank=verb
    • Example(2):
    •   My turtle loves lettuce.
    •   Turtle=subject
    •   loves=verb
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