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clauses and pronouns


DEPENDENT CLAUSES is a clause that provides a element additional informational, but which cannot stand alone as a sentence phases with a subject and a verb but needs something more to make understandable.
INDEPENDENT CLAUSES is a clause that can stand alone as a sentence it expresses a complete through phases with a subject and a verb
FRAGMENTS are groups of words that look like sentences, but aren't
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN is a pronoun which is used to make asking question easy. for ex. who,whom, whose, which, what
RELATIVE PRONOUN is used to connect a clause or phase to a noun or pronoun. you see them used everyday. ex. who, whom, which, ever and,that
INDEFINITE PRONOUN are those that are not specific exact or definite. they are also used when the noun is unknown. in other words, they do not follow the same construction as most other pronouns ex. another,anybody, anyone, anything, each, either, enough, everybody,everyone
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN that point to specific things ex. this, that, these,and,those,as
Created by: ellie marcano