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An independent clause is a part or is a sentence,that has a verb and subject,and can be a sentence all by its self.A dependent clause is part of a sentence that has a subject and ver,but CAN NOT be a sentence alone! ex.independent clause-John is in it.(Can not be a sentence ,John is in what?) ex.dependent clause-John is in the red box.(Can be a sentence,the sentence tells what John is in.)
It can be an independent clause or a dependent clause. It is an independent clause if does not have a word at the beginning like "but" or "because". If there is a word like this at the beginning of the clause, it is a dependent clause.
An objective clause is a clause which is like a learning objective but this is the objective for an clause
Its a set of words that can't stand alone and be a complete sentence. Here's an example. This is an independent clause: I wrote. Here is the dependednt clause: to her. Together they form: I wrote to her.
It is called Elastic Clause because it can be stretched like elastic.
John and Leeza from Hollywood - 1993 1-61 was released on: USA: 6 September 1993
It is: 61 = LXI
No, it is a phrase. A clause is like it except has a subject AND VERB.
State of the Union with John King - 2009 1-61 was released on: USA: August 2013