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A sentence that contains two or more independent clauses but does not contain any dependent clauses is known as a(n) A. simple sentence. B. complex sentence. C. compound sentence. D. independent sentence.
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User: A sentence that contains two or more independent clauses but does not contain any dependent clauses is known as a(n) A. simple sentence. B. complex sentence. C. compound sentence. D. independent sentence.

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A sentence that contains two or more independent clauses but does not contain any dependent clauses is known as a Compound Sentence.

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A prepositional phrase that modifies a verb is A. a verb phrase. B. an adverbial phrase. C. a predicate phrase. D. an adjective phrase.
Weegy: D. adjective. Source: User: A grouping of words that acts like a single unit inside a sentence but that does not contain both a subject and a verb is called a(n) A. clause. B. phrase. C. apostrophe. D. compound sentence. (More)
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A grouping of words that acts like a single unit inside a sentence but that does not contain both a subject and a verb is called a: phrase.
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A prepositional phrase that modifies a verb is an adverbial phrase.
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A group of related words that has both a subject and a predicate is called a(n) A. adverb. B. clause. C. phrase. D. complex sentence.
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A group of related words that has both a subject and a predicate is called a CLAUSE.

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