Grammar Index : 2
A clause is a group of words that forms part of a sentence with a subject and a predicate of its own.
He went to the doctor.
We have to take a decision by today.
You are welcome to our college.
Please, pay attention to what he says.
She has taken permission.
The dog that bites does not bark.
He replied that he would come.
As he was ill, he did not come to school.
He fled where his pursuers could not follow.
He is the tallest student in this whole college.
There are Two Types of Clause. They are :
- The Main Clause
- The Subordinate Clause
The Other Four Units of English are :
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