Dependent/Subordinate Clauses
Dependent/Subordinate Clauses Definition
A dependent or subordinate clause contains both a subject and a verb, begins with a subordinating conjunction, does not complete a thought, and cannot stand on its own as a complete sentence.
Examples of Dependent/Subordinate Clauses

Some examples of dependent/subordinate clauses would be the following:

after we finished the puzzle

although Kayla had already seen the movie

before I forget to tell you

unless she finishes her homework early

whenever Greg goes to the beach

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