noun clause adv clause 怎分？
noun clause adv clause adjective clause 怎分？
- 匿名7 年前最愛解答
Noun Clause, Adverb Clause, Adjective Clause
A clause contains a subject and a predicate. If a clause can stand alone as a sentence, it is an independent sentence, If a clause cannot stand on its own, it is a dependent clause.
Noun clause, adverb clause and adjective clause are all dependent clauses.
A noun clause is a clause that takes the place of a noun in another clause or phrase.
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I am writing what a noun clause is.
An adverb clause is a clause that takes the place of an adverb in another clause or phrase.
I am writing the answer now.
I am writing the answer as I watch the TV.
An adjective clause is a clause that takes the place of an adjective in another clause or phrase
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2013-09-22 11:01:53 補充：
If a clause can stand alone as a sentence, it is an independent sentence,------->
If a clause can stand alone as a sentence, it is an independent clause.
- TOMING88Lv 77 年前
Clause (grammar) is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb, but which is usually only part of a sentence;When compare a phrase,it is part of a sentence.Hence subject and verb are self-explanatory in the fact (subject+ verb.):-
NounClause:eg:--I'll try to make your sick body happy( in the wearing of a green hat.)
.eg:-The kitchen( that is fully furnished), is next to us.
Adverb clause:-eg:-(Naturally equipped with money to be spent,) we want you to come to Mid-Autumn-Festival.
Adjective Clause:-eg:-The teacher,( who is good at football), arrived.
eg:-The kitchen, (adjoining the sitting and dining room,) are two rooms.