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Phrase: A group of words, which makes sense, but not complete sense, it is called a phrase.
E.g.: 1. The boy sat 'in a corner of the room'.
2. The sun rises 'in the east'.
3. There came a stranger 'to my house'.
4. She is wearing a chain 'of gold'.

Clause: A group of words which forms part of a sentence and contains a subject and a predicate, is called a clause.
E.g.: 1. She is wearing 'a chain which is made of gold'.
2. The man 'who is blind' needs no riches.
3. I was reading a book 'when the lights went off'.
4. We cannot play 'while it is raining'.

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