Independent/Dependent Clauses

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Created by: ARB
  1. Where is the dependent clause in the sentence: Since I have internet, I can parade around the streets.
  2. Independent clauses can stand by themselves.
  3. Find the independent clause in the sentence: I got caught up in the moment since it was such a great party.
  4. Dependent Clauses begin with words like when, since, until, and because.
  5. Where is the dependent clause: Because I am cool, you can't touch me!
  6. Easy question: There are three types of clauses in grammar. Independent, Dependent, and Santa.
  7. Where is the dependent clause: When do we leave?
  8. Complex sentences are made out of one dependent and one indepent clause.
  9. Find the independent clause: Until you give me a hug, I shall sit in the corner and pout.
  10. Where is the dependent clause: When the sun began to shine, the kids ran outside.

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