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Dep Clause Punct

Dependent Clause Punctuation

QuestionAnswer
He arrived as the clock struck seven. (Id. the dependent clause) as the clock struck seven.
I will write so you know of our where-abouts. (Id. dependent clause) so you know of our where-abouts.
As he entered the room, everyone cheered. (Id dependent clause) As he entered the room.
They laughed at the stories which were told. (Id. dependent clause) which were told
Since you left, we have had beautiful weather. (Id. dependent clause) Since you left
Did you speak to the boy who looked so discouraged? (Id. dependent clause) who looked so discouraged
You should observe how I do this. (Id. dependent clause) how I do this
If the dependent clause comes first do you need a comma after it? Yes
If the dependent clause comes last do you need a comma before it? No
A dependent clause depends on something else to make it make sense. True or False? True (Ex - When I turn 18)
a DEPENDENT CLAUSE is also known as a SUBORDINATE CLAUSE (True or False)? True
Dependent clauses begin with subordinate conjunctions. (True or False)? True
If you go I will go. (Punctuate correctly) If you go, I will go.
If wishes were horses we would all ride. (Punctuate correctly) If wishes were horses, we would all ride.
This is the place where I left my purse. (Punctuate correctly) Correct as is.
From where I stood I could see everything. (Punctuate correctly) From where I stood, I could see everything
I will go if you go. (Punctuate correctly) Correct as is.
We would all ride if wishes were horses. (Punctuate correctly) Correct as is.
I will attend college until I am twenty-three. (Punctuate correctly) Correct as is.
As the clock struck ten he arrived. (Punctuate correctly) As the clock struck ten, he arrived.
Everyone cheered as he entered the room. (Punctuate correctly) Correct as is.
I like the shirt that you wore yesterday. (Punctuate correctly) Correct as is.
If you will study you will pass this test. (Punctuate correctly) If you study, you will pass this test.
You will pass this test if you study. (Punctuate correctly) You will pass this test if you study.
Created by: msporter