What’S A Clause In Grammar?

What is an example of a clause?

A clause contains only one subject and one verb.

The subject of a clause can be mentioned or hidden, but the verb must be apparent and distinguishable.

Example: I graduated last year..

What’s a clause in a sentence?

A clause is a group of related words containing a subject that tells readers what the sentence is about, and a verb that tells readers what the subject is doing. A clause comes in four types; independent, dependent, relative or noun clause.

What are the 3 types of clauses?

There are three main types of dependent clauses: relative, noun, and adverbial.

What are the 5 types of clauses?

Clauses come in four types: main [or independent], subordinate [or dependent], relative [or adjective], and noun.