Phrases and Clauses | Practice 1
Based on this lesson about phrases and this lesson about dependent and independent clauses, write in the space provided whether each item below is a phrase, an independent clause, or a dependent clause. Remember that an independent clause makes sense by itself, and a dependent clause must be attached to an independent clause.
Example 1: After leaving the part.
Your Answer: phrase
Example 2: After the left the party.
Your Answer: dependent clause
Example 3: He left in a hurry.
Your Answer: independent clause
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1. Some members of my family.
2. Learning science and mathematics.
3. Because you made many mistakes.
4. After he won the competition.
5. If we can control climate change.
6. The answers are at the end of the chapter.
7. A major problem with your ideas.
8. Having a well balanced diet
9. He decided to spend the night in town.
10. Researchers found and explanation for the phenomenon.
11. When the researcher decided to conduct the experiment.
12. Even though he was a doctor.
13. According to a recent study, 45% of Americans believe in ghosts.
14. When the plane arrived late.
15. Eating healthfully every day can be difficult for busy people.
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