What do you understand with phrases and clauses? A clause is a group of words that has both a subject and a verb where as a phrase can either have a noun or verb but never both. How well did you understand the two concepts back...
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When Barry was transferred to Kansas City, his company helped his wife to find a job there.
Welcome to today’s quiz on the topic of English grammar, where we’ll be looking at clauses and phrases! These are parts of a sentence which can appear together or separately. Clauses are groups of words which consist...
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What is the adjective phrase in this sentence?
The cabin beside the lake was already occupied when we arrived.
See if you can tell the difference between an independent clause, dependent clause, and phrase.
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By walking through the forest.