The main clause

A verb expresses an action — like jump, bark, or study — and the subject is the who or what that does the verb.

If a sentence does not have a main clause, it is fragment. 

One kind of fragment is the subordinate, or dependent, clause.


Sentences

Main Clauses
Subordinate Clauses
How to Fix Run-on Sentences
Comma Splices

Teacher Resources

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