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Chapter 5. Clause and Effect > Clause-ality - Pg. 55

Clause and Effect 55 Write Angles Dependent and independent clauses are linked with a subordinating conjunction. Examples of subordinating conjunctions include although, as, because, even though, if, because, so, though, where, when, unless, and until. Independent Clauses An independent clause contains a subject and a predicate. It can stand alone as a sentence be- cause it expresses a complete thought. Here are some independent clauses divided into their sub- jects and predicates: Subject Genetics Two wrongs Coca-Cola The hardness of the butter Predicate explains why you look like your father and if you don't, why you should. are only the beginning. was originally green. is proportional to the softness of the bread.