Questions tagged with subordinate

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Subordinating Conjunction Queries
I get a bit confused as to what makes a subordinate conjunction. As I am always very weary of making ...
Subordinate conjunctions +1 vote, asked Jan 23 by Joseph
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comma after conjunction and before if subordinate clause
Should I use a comma between "for" and "if" in this sentence?: Finally, I will work to ensure my students ...
comma Subordinate for if Conjunction 0 votes, asked Oct 24 '15 by Marton Lonart
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Use of commas with "given" and "as"
When should you use a comma with "given" (or "given that") and "as"? I know "as" is generally categorized as ...
given as commaplacement Subordinate Clauses 0 votes, asked Jul 20 '15 by Desiree Crossley
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Commas Following the Main Clause.
Can somebody please explain to me where it is appropriate to separate a dependent clause off with a comma when ...
commas Subordinate Clauses +1 vote, asked Apr 11 '15 by Sean
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conjunction clauses subordinate vs coordinate
Independent Music and singing are major parts of my life, and my favorite genre is rock. Painting anything is enjoyable ...
Clauses conjunctions Subordinate coordinate 0 votes, asked Feb 28 '15 by Melody Manson
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Comma usage
I know that commas should be used when a new independent clause is introduced. However, should a comma be used ...
comma Usage Subordinate dependent clause -1 votes, asked Jul 27 '14 by Joe Peetz
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Can "that" as a conjunction introduce an Independent clause?
Hi, Fowler's English Usage says: "'That' is used as a conjunction to introduce a subordinate clause, and a subordinate clause ...
that Conjunction independent clause Subordinate 0 votes, asked Mar 10 '14 by Christopher Renni-Calliope
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Punctuation after a quote.
After a quote in a story, you generally write he said, or she said. If I write, "You guys are ...
commas Subordinate conjunctions 0 votes, asked Oct 27 '13 by William C Hanson
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