Dependent Clause - 315

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Subordinate Clause.


'A clause that does not stand alone as a sentence but depends on another clause to complete its meaning. Also called Dependent Clause.

When I get my braces off, I will be very happy.” '

[When I get my braces off, ???]

# Subordinate clauses play the part of parts of speech. For example, there are:

Noun Clauses:

I was very pleased to hear that you are not leaving us yet.

It is said that he speaks Russian fluently.

Adjective Clauses:

Kumar Sanga is a cricketer whose fame is still growing.

A man who lies in bed half the day is not likely to prosper.

Adverb Clauses:

Send me a telegram as soon as you arrive.

I give you this because you deserve it.

Try to write so that everyone can understand you.

The older a man is the wiser he should be.

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