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Which of the following sentences is correct? A. A phrase is a group of related words, but a clause is not. B. A clause is a group of related words, but a phrase is not. C. A phrase has a subject and verb, but a clause does not. D. A clause has a subject and verb, but a phrase does not.
The true statement is: A clause has a subject and a verb; a phrase does not.
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