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Independent and Dependent Clauses
A clause is a part of a sentence. A clause must contain a verb.
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Independent and Dependent (subordinate) Clauses 5 Minute English

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Independent and Dependent (subordinate) Clauses 5 Minute English

  1. 1. Independent and Dependent Clauses A clause is a part of a sentence. A clause must contain a verb. The independent clause makes sense on its own. An dependent clause gives further meaning to the main clause. Tell whether the underlined clause is independent or dependent. Example A: Because I can’t wait, I will go walking. Answer: __Dependent___ 1. Because he ran, he was able to catch the bus. _________ 2. Until the sun sets, I will stay with you. _________ 3. As the lights dim, I will say good-bye. _________ 4. Wherever he might go, I will follow him. _________ 5. So long as you know, I will be waiting for you. _________ 7. If the dress is on sale, she will buy it. _________ 8. Whenever you come to visit, make sure to bring food. _________ 9. Unless you have the right size, don’t try it on. _________ 10. When we get snow, we will go sledding. _________

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