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Chapter 3. Signal Words > A Pause for the Clause

A Pause for the Clause

In English grammar, cores are called clauses. If you are more familiar with the term clause, feel free to use that term instead of core. Cores, or clauses, are simple sentences that are used as parts of longer sentences. Some cores (clauses) are dependent and some are independent. A core is dependent when it has a subject and a verb, but it cannot stand alone as a sentence.

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