Differentiate between independent and subordinate clauses. 0801.1.8
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- The Clause - explnantion of four types of quizzes
- Clauses - lesson with two self checking quizzes
- Clauses: The Essential Building-Blocks - explanation of the types of clauses
- Clauses: Building Blocks for Sentences - [11 slides] introduce or review the concept with this slide show
- The Function of Clauses - [10 questions] From among the numbered kinds of clauses listed in the side frames, choose the one you think describes the clause in bold in the following sentences.
- Identifying Independent Clauses - After each sentence select the option that best describes the use of clauses in that sentence. A response indicating whether your answer is correct or not will appear in the text-area below "explanation please." If you choose the correct response, it might still be a good idea to consult the explanation to see if your explanation is the same as theirs.
- Identifying Independent Clauses II - [10 questions] Select the option that best describes the arrangement of clauses within each sentence. Sometimes the description will refer to only the underlined part of a sentence. Read all the options carefully before making your choice.
- Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses - this OWL page defines dependent and independent clauses and explores how they are treated in standard usage
- Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses - In the following exercises, clearly bracket and label the independent clauses and dependent clauses
- Independent and Subordinate Clauses - two page worksheet to print.
- Kinds of Clauses - a three page reteaching worksheet with instruction and student practice opportunities.
- Main and Subordinate Clauses - scroll to the bottom of the lesson to get to the quiz
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