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  Making longer sentences
    Clauses
    Phrases

  Placing the parts of a sentence

  How using short or longer   sentences affects your work
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Sentences - Making longer sentences - Clauses

Please complete the following short exercises.

If you are unsure about Clauses, click Advice for guidance.

What is a Clause?

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A clause which could stand alone as a sentence

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Linking clauses which could stand alone

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A clause which depends on something else in the sentence

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