_________ a group of words with a subject and a verb. There are two kinds of clauses: _________independent or principal) and _________(dependent).
_________ Clause has a subject and a predicate, expresses a complete thought, and can stand alone.
Subordinate..adjectival, adverbial, or noun.
_________ clause has a subject and a predicate, does not express a complete thought, and cannot stand alone. It needs to be attached to a main clause in order to make sense. A subordinate clause can be either _________, _________, or_________
Adjectival..who, whose, whom which, that..where, when, why
..nominative..possessive... objective..people..animals things.. people, animals, or things.
_________Clause is introduced by relative pronouns (_________ or relative adverbs (_________) Who is_________, Whose is_________, and whom is _________ Who refers to _________; which refers to _________and_________; and that refers to_________ ,_________ , or_________
Use _________ in essential clauses instead of which.
_________: a clause necessary to complete the sentence's meaning. An essential
clause usually identifies the noun or pronoun it modifies by telling which one and cannot
be omitted from the sentence. Essential clauses are generally not set off by commas.
Use _________only in nonessential clauses or after a preposition.
_________: a clause unnecessary to complete a sentence's meaning. A nonessential clause usually describes the noun it modifies, is set off by commas, and may
be omitted from the sentence.
_________Clauses start with a subordinate conjunction. Also, the adverbial clause will answer one of the four questions that adverbs answer.
after, although, as, because, before, for, if, provided, since, so, than, that, then, unless, until, when, where, while, as soon as, in order that, provided that, as if, in as much as, so that.
LIST THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS:
Noun... subject, subjective complement, direct object, indirect object, an object of a preposition, or an appositive.
_________Clauses will often start with the word "that." A noun clause can function as a ...