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Phrase, Clause, Sentence – English in a minute by Baroni Teacher

Phrase, Clause, Sentence

Phrase, Clause, Sentence

Phrase, clause and sentence are three of the structural units composed of groups of words that create meaning.

Phrases are generally a group of words which may have a noun or verb but no subject doing a verb.  It tells you something of what the subject is doing.


A clause is a group of words that has both a subject and a verb.  They can stand alone as a sentence because they give a complete meaning.


Clause and phrase are parts of a sentence

A sentence must have a subject, a verb, and a complete thought supplied by a variety of constructions.

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