- a clause, typically introduced by a conjunction, that forms part of and is dependent on a main clause (e.g. ‘when it rang’ in ‘she answered the phone when it rang’).
noun: subordinate clause, plural noun: subordinate clauses
- IPA[səˈbôrd(ə)nət ˌklôz]
- a clause, typically introduced by a conjunction, that forms part of and is dependent on a main ...
Oxford American Dictionary
...two clauses: 從句= subordinate clauses(A subordinate clause&mdash...quot; because" is a subordinate conjunction and " she didn...do." is a dependent clause, so you cannot take...
Subordinate clauses:從屬句(唔係完整句子) 前文because xxx,後半句...) 例句睇參考資料...有中文解釋 Subordinate clauses+Relative clauses常用詞表:http...
...proper case. When who and whom (or whoever and whomever) appear in subordinate clauses (groups of words which contain a subject and a verb), their case...