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Commas with Dependent Clauses (Subordinate Clauses)
A brief lesson about using commas with dependent clauses (also called subordinate clauses) and independent clauses.
Subordinate Clauses: An Introduction
A basic introduction to what characterizes a subordinate clause and how one is formed.
14. Dependent Clauses. English Grammar Lesson
Yossarian the Grammarian takes on dependent clauses, showing that they function as if they were nouns (nominal clauses), adverbs (subordinate clauses), ...
Coordination and Subordination
This is a brief introduction to coordination and subordination of clauses and phrases. If you like this video, why not have a look at our introduction to 'Types...
Independent and Subordinate Clauses
Clauses: Lesson One.
Coordinating and Subordinating Conjunctions
In this lesson we learn the difference between a coordinating and a subordinating conjunction, and how this affects the punctuation of a sentence. In particular...
Independent and Dependent Clauses and Phrases | English Grammar Lesson
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Conjunctions join together two parts of a complex sentence. A subordinating conjunction connects a dependent clause to an independent clause. I'll show you a .....
Subordinate or Dependent Clauses, ACT English Bootcamp #8
-- View ACT English Bootcamp Free & Download Study Guide Independent clauses are not the only game in town. Learn about ...
Advanced Grammar--Day Two: It All Depends-Dependent Clauses
In part two of the series, we continue the idea of seeing sentence patterns by introducing the dependent clause and the subordinating connectors that join them ...
Independent & Dependent Clauses
What is the difference between independant and dependent clauses?
Comma Splices, Independent Clauses, and Subordinate Clauses
Yossarian the Grammarian explains in some detail how a subordinate clause differs from an independent clause preceded by a coordinating conjunction, how ...
Conjunctions - Grammar 2016
There are a few types of conjunctions, which one will give the emphasis your looking for? Feel free to: like and comment; share and subscribe. You can ...
Subordinating conjunctions | The parts of speech | Grammar | Khan Academy
Subordinating conjunctions join two parts of complex sentences––independent clauses to dependent clauses. David explains how. Practice this yourself on ...
Lesson 4A: subordinate clauses and commas: an overview of phrases and clauses
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Independent and Dependent Clauses
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Independent & Subordinate Clauses & Conjunctions
10th Grade English Curriculum Resource & Lesson Plans
Recognizing Subordinate Clauses
How to recognize subordinate clauses in sentences.
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Noun Clauses: A Type of Subordinate Clause
Learn more about noun clauses and subordinate clauses! I'll help you get smart. :)
Grade 8 Grammar: Independent & Subordinate Clauses
Students share what they have learned by developing their own grammar lessons.
Principal, Subordinate, Coordinate Clauses
This animation teaches the learner to define and identify the main or principal clause, subordinate or dependent clause and coordinate or independent clause.
Complex Sentence Music Video Lesson My sentence is complex I can tell, too! A dependent clause and an independent, too. Subordinate conjunction Is that ...
Clauses Lesson 1 - The Independent Clause
In this lesson we examine independent clauses. In particular, we focus on how we can join two independent clauses into one sentence using four different ...
Lesson 4: How to Identify Subordinate Clause Types
GrammarFlip Video: Dependent (Subordinate) Clauses
This is a grammar lesson from that teaches and explains what dependent (subordinate) clauses are and how to identify them in writing.
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