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All complete sentences have at least one independent clause. You can identify an independent clause by reading it on its own and looking for the subject and the verb. Subjects When you read a sentence, you may first look for the subject, or what the sentence is about. The subject usually appears at the beginning of a sentence as a noun or a pronoun. A noun is a word that identifies a person, place, thing, or idea. A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. Common pronouns are I, he, she, it,
Simple Compound And Complex Sentences | English Summary
In this unit, we will discuss Simple Compound and Complex Sentences in English Grammar. A Simple Sentence is one which has only one Subject and one Predicate or A Simple Sentence is one which has only one Finite Verb. A Compound Sentence is one which consists of two or more Coordinate Clauses.
Simple Compound and Complex Sentences | Types of Sentences
The three sentence structures, Simple sentence, Compound sentence and complex sentence and their parts such as dependent and independent clauses, subordinate conjunctions, relative pronouns and relative adverbs etc. have been explained in detail in this article, giving sufficient examples wherever required.