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A simple sentence contains one subject and one verb, A compound sentence contains equally weighted simple sentences joined by connectives, Complex sentences contain a supporting idea (subordinate clause) which adds information to the main idea (main clause), A clause is a group of words containing a verb, The main clause is a sentence that makes sense on its own, The subordinate clause is a sentence that does not make sense on its own, A conditional clause presents a form of possibility (for example 'if'), A relative clause is a sentence connected to the main clause by such words as which, that, whom, etc.

Chapter 1 Topic 6 Adding information with complex sentences

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