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Dear Student,

A clause is a short sentence that contains a verb. A clause is different from a phrase because it contains a subject and a verb. The types of clauses are:
  • When a sentence has a noun and a verb it is a noun clause.
  • When a sentence has an adjective and verb it is a adjective clause. The sentence acts an adjective. Example - Students who are disciplined, get good marks.
  • When a sentence has an adverb and verb it is a adverb clause. Example - 
    I saw the movie before I left for Kerala. Here, the last part contains an adverb as well as a verb.
  • Relative clause contains a group of words that answer the questions who, whom etc. Example - The boy, who wears a jacket, is tall.
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