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noun clause

Noun Clause

What is a Noun Clause? A Noun Clause is a dependent clause that acts as a noun. As a noun clause does the work of a noun, it can be subject to a sentence, object of a transitive verb, object of a preposition, apposition to a noun, or complement to a linking verb. Examples of …

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adverb clause

Adverb Clause

Adverb Clause Definition An Adverb clause (also called adverbial clause) is a subordinate clause (i.e., dependent clause) acting as an adverb. It modifies the main clause and is introduced by subordinating conjunctions such as because, if, when, although, since, etc. There are several types of adverb clauses. They are classified according to their function. Thus …

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What is a Clause? A clause is a set of semantically arranged words. It has a subject and a predicate. It can take the role of a Part of Speech. That is, it can act as a noun, adjective, or adverb. Clause Examples: I had guessed that he would come today.        “that he would …

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