We Don’t Know What A Subordinate Clause Is Or Do We?

By Mignon Fogarty, Grammar Girl

Phrases and clauses are both groups of words that work together in a sentence. The difference is that a clause has a subject and a verb—often, a clause could be a sentence if it were all by itself, and when it could be, we call it a main clause or an independent clause.

Zombies hunt the surviving humans. (main clause)

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