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  1. happy
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    s the group of word in ( ) a Phrase or a clause

    I do I have these right or wrong

    1. He is no fool who gives ( what he cannot keep). clause

    2. Pete Fleming (was saved) when he was thirty. Phrase

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    Re: s the group of word in ( ) a Phrase or a clause

    Yes

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    Re: s the group of word in ( ) a Phrase or a clause

    Additionally,

    A clause has a subject and a verb, whereas a phrase does not.

    [1] . . . what he (subject) cannot keep (verb)
    [2] . . . was saved (verb)

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