The Subordinate Clause
As he was ill, he did not come to college yesterday.
Grammar Index : 2
The Subordinate Clause will not give a complete meaning.
This will only support the meaning of the main clause.
Or some times, this will depend upon the main clause for getting a meaning.
The subordinate clause will be a part of the main clause.
Though Subordinate Clause had finite verb, we can not get complete meaning from it. It depends on the main clause for its complete meaning.
Since she attends the function, she has to go fast.
Why we did not come to the school is not a matter now.
The dog that bites does not bark.
He fled where his pursuers could not follow.
I am the monarch of all I survey.
He is the son of whom I met yesterday.
He replied that we had to pay him by that day.
We expected that he would abide by our words.
It is true that he has scored centum in Math.
(The boldened part of these sentences are Subordinate Clauses)
The Other Clause is :
The Main Clause
The Three Types of The Subordinate Clause are :
(i) The Noun Clause
(ii) The Adjective Clause
(iii) The Adverb Clause
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