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a clause whose meaning is incomplete and must depend on the main clause to complete the thought
Subordinate Clause is clause whose meaning is incomplete and must depend on the main clause to complete the thought.
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Subordinate Clause is clause whose meaning is incomplete and must depend on the main clause to complete the thought.
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