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Soal (Essay) Clause Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Clause

1. What are nominal clauses?

2. What are the types of subordinate clause?

3. What is a preambular clause?

4. How do you write a Mun clause?

5. How do you teach clauses?

6. What is a multi clause sentence?

7. What is another name for relative clause?

8. What is subordinate clause and examples?

9. Can a dash separate two independent clauses?

10. Can a sentence have 3 independent clauses?

11. How do you join a clause?

12. How do you explain a clause to a child?

13. What are non defining relative clauses?


1. A nominal clause is a group of words with a conjugated verb in it that acts as a noun. ... Here's one nominal clause serving some of the noun roles: The fact that you visited The fact that you visited shows your interest in good writing. (nominal clause acting as the subject of the sentence).

2. There are three types of Subordinate Clause depending upon its function in a sentence:
1. Noun Clause.
2. Adverb Clause.
3. Adjective Clause.

3. Preambulatory and Operative Clauses. Preambulatory Clauses. The preamble of a draft resolution states the reasons for which the committee is addressing the topic and highlights past international action on the issue. Each clause begins with a present participle (called a preambulatory phrase) and ends with a comma.

4. An operative clause starts with a number followed by an italicized phrase. An operative clause ends with a semicolon. The last operative clause finishes with a period.

5. Knock off the subordinating conjunction from a dependent clause, and you'll have an independent clause. Add a subordinating conjunction to an independent clause, and you'll have a dependent clause. When students are comfortable with subordinating conjunctions, you should introduce relative pronouns

6. A complex or multi-clause sentence is made up of a main clause and then one or more dependent clauses. There are two ways of creating dependent clauses: • by using a subordinating conjunction (e.g. after) to create a subordinate clause, e.g. The horse galloped after it jumped the fence.

7. A relative clause is another term for an adjective clause. Relative, or adjective, clauses are dependent clauses that modify nouns or pronouns. They include a subject and a verb or verb phrase and are introduced by words known as relative pronouns and relative adverbs.

8. A subordinate clause has a subject and a verb, but it cannot stand alone as a complete sentence. Let's look at some examples; If you win the award (you=subject; win=verb) Since the sun will shine today (the sun=subject; will shine=verb) When she was sick (she=subject; was=verb)

9. While semicolons, colons, or dashes can connect two independent clauses by itself, you can also throw in a conjunction to make the relationship between the two independent clauses clearer. ... You could use a comma instead of a semi-colon with the conjunction to make a grammatically correct sentence.

10. To separate two (or three) independent clauses in a compound sentence. (Compound sentences are sentences that have two (or three) independent clauses which are joined by one of the following conjunctions: for, nor, yet, so, and, but, or. The comma always appears just before the conjunction.

11. Independent clauses are strong
1. Join two independent clauses with a semicolon.
2. Join two independent clauses with a comma and coordinating conjunction.

12. It is important kids understand what a clause is as it's one of the building blocks of written English. A clause is a group of words with a subject and a verb that are normally sued to add more detail to the noun in a sentence. A subject is a noun or pronoun in the sentence while the verb is the action.

13. Non-defining relative clauses (also known as non-restrictive relative clauses) give us more information about a noun. Non-defining relative clauses do not define or identify the noun. Non-defining relative clauses are common in written English. Example: ... We link the relative clause to the noun with a relative pronoun