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    confused about diff. clauses

    What is the easiest and efficient way to differentiate between the different types of clauses?

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    Re: confused about diff. clauses

    Quote Originally Posted by Fame View Post
    What is the easiest and efficient way to differentiate between the different types of clauses?
    Check out this link. For me, the easiest way to identify the type of clause is to notice what role the clause plays in the sentence.

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