Independant Clause

March 7, 2011 § 1 Comment

Independent Clauses are quite self-sufficient. They have a good sense of their place in the world and don’t feel the human failings of wants or needs. They are social creatures, but don’t have to be. They can get along very well with other Independent Clauses or Dependent ones. Their appearance can vary from quite simple to quite complex.  Here is an example of a more complex Independent Clause, but if you look closely you will see it is one creature quite complete in himself. It is rumored that their talons are made of 24K gold.

1. A clause that can stand alone as a sentence.

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