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Soal Essay/Uraian

1. How do you convert a phrase into a clause?

2. Can a clause have two verbs?

3. What is the object of a clause?

4. What is the difference between conditionals and clauses?

5. Are Appositives dependent clauses?

6. How do you know how many clauses a sentence?

7. How do we write a clause?

8. What is a clause made up of?

9. What type of sentence contains two main clauses?

10. What sentence type involves two main clauses?

11. How do you find the main clause and subordinate clause in a sentence?

12. What are the two independent clauses?


1. Include the predicate or verb you want the subject of the sentence to perform to the phrase that you are transforming into a clause. For example, add the past tense of the verb walk (walked) to the phrase "in the house." Now the phrase "in the house" reads "Joey walked in the house" and is an independent clause

2. In English, sentences have two basic parts: a subject and a verb. ... In fact, any phrase that contains both a subject and a verb is a clause. Some clauses can contain two verbs. These constructions are called compound verbs, meaning that two verbs appear in a single sentence, even when there is only one subject.

3. An object is one of the five major elements of clause structure. The other four are subject, verb, adjunct and complement. Objects are typically noun phrases (a noun or pronoun and any dependent words before or after it). Objects normally follow the verb in a clause: Everyone likes her.

4. As verbs the difference between clause and condition
is that clause is (shipping) to amend (a bill of lading or similar document) while condition is to subject to the process of acclimation.

5. A dependent clause, or subordinate clause, adds information to the sentence by acting as an adjective, adverb, or noun. ... In the appositive form, it adds a description of the book to the sentence.

6. Look for a sentence that forms a complete thought and contains a verb and subject. "He ran down the street" is an independent clause. An independent clause must not include dependent marker words like "if," "after," "although," "because" and "when."

7. Operative clauses identify the actions or recommendations made in a resolution. Each operative clause begins with a verb (called an operative phrase) and ends with a semicolon. Operative clauses should be organized in a logical progression, with each containing a single idea or proposal, and are always numbered.

8. In Language, a clause is a part of the sentence that contains a verb. A typical clause consists of a subject and a predicate, the latter typically a verb phrase, a verb with any objects and other modifiers.

9. Types of Sentence
1. Simple sentences - a sentence made up of a single main clause. ...
2. Compound sentences - a sentence made up of two main clauses and connected with a coordinating conjunction. ...
3. Complex sentences - a sentence made up of a main clause and a subordinate clause, connected with a subordinating conjunction.

10. A sentence with two or more independent clauses plus one or more dependent clauses is called compound-complex or complex-compound. In addition to a subject and a verb, dependent clauses contain a subordinating conjunction or similar word. There are a large number of subordinating conjunctions in English.

11. Main clauses have a subject and verb and can stand on their own. Subordinate clauses begin with a conjunction and therefore cannot stand on their own. They leave the reader thinking “yes…and then?

12. A compound sentence = 2 independent clauses (joined correctly!) Here is an independent clause (simple sentence): It contains a subject (Tom), a verb (saw), and a complete thought.