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.:9:. CLAUSE

Clause: A group of words which forms part of a sentence and contains a subject and a predicate, is called a clause.
Main clause: A group of words which gives a complete sense is called the main clause.
E.g.: 1. If you run, 'you can catch the train'.
2. 'The lights went off' while 'I was reading a book'.
3. Unless you start early, 'you cannot reach in time'.

Subordinate clause: A group of words which doesn't give complete sense and depends on the main clause for survival.
E.g.: 1. 'If you work hard', you will succeed.
2. 'He is so fat that' he cannot walk.
3. 'Although he is poor', he is honest.

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