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magic lens phrases and clauses

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How many types of clauses are there? 2
How many types of Phrases are there? 3
What is the mnemonic for clauses? ID
What does ID stand for? Independent Dependent
What is the mnemonic for phrases? VAP
What is does VAP stand for? Verbal Appositive Prepositional
what is a Dependent clause? another term for subordinate clause
What is an Independent clause? Compare dependent clause a main or coordinate clause
what is a Verbal Phrase? pertaining to or concerned with words only as opposed to ideas, facts, or realities
what is an Appositive Phrase? of an adjective or adjectival phrase directly following the noun it modifies.
What is a prepositional phrase? a phrase consisting of a preposition, its object, which is usually a noun or a pronoun, and any modifiers of the object
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