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independent clause (ind cl)
has a subject and a verb/ can stand alone as a sentence
dependent clause (dep cl)
has a subject and verb but can't stand alone as a sentence/subordinate clause
adverb dependent clause (adv dep cl)
starts with a subordinating conjunction and acts like an adverb
adjective dependent clause (adj dep cl)
starts with a relative pronoun and acts like an adjective
noun dependent clause (n dep cl)
starts with a noun clause identifier and acts like a noun
simple sentence (s)
one independent clause
compound sentence (cd)
two or more independent clauses
complex sentence (cx)
one independent clause + one or more dependent clauses
compound-complex sentence (cd-cx)
two or more independent clauses + one or more dependent clauses
declarative (dec)
makes a statement
interrogative (int)
asks a question
imperative (imp)
gives a command/request
exclamatory (exc)
expresses strong feelings