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    I am a freshman in college and would like some help in english with some questions.

    At other times, he worked on his jump shot, or he prepared burritos and broccoli for Kyle.

    ok i think there are two main clauses in this sentence connected with the conjunction or.

    but my question is the (at other times). is this a sub. clause?

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    Re: help

    A clause has a verb. Our example At other times doesn't have a verb, so it's a phrase. It answers the question when?, which makes it an adverbial phrase in function, and it's headed by the preposition at, which makes it a prepositional phrase in form.


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