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subordinate clause in a sentence

Example sentences for subordinate clause

Albeit means though: howbeit always nevertheless, beginning not a subordinate clause, but a principal sentence.
Do not use a semicolon between a clause and a phrase, or a main clause and a subordinate clause.
By their commas ye shall know them, and by their usage of the semicolon and the subordinate clause.
Students will understand that a subordinate clause is a dependent clause and does not express a complete thought.

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