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Independent and Dependent Clauses Review: A clause is a group of words that has a subject and a verb. The difference between an independent and a dependent clause is the type of word it starts with A dependent clause starts with a subordinator word such as "when," "if" or "which." Examples: When Ronnie gets here, If Denise comes to class late, which I bought last weekend An independent clause can stand alone as a separate sentence and does not start with a subordinator. Examples: Let's start the music. I'll tell her the assignment. The battery is defective. ...
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