what is a clause

Clauses are units of grammar that contain at least one predicate (verb) and a subject. A clause, therefore, contains a single verb group. A clause is different than a phrase. A clause is a group of words with a verb and a subject.

Instances of the same can be seen in italics in the following sentences:

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A group of Subject - Predicate construction is called a Clause. OR A Subject and a Predicate form a clause. OR Such a group of words which forms part of a sentence, and contains a Subject and a Predicate, is called a Clause.

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