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1 April, 18:33

10 What is the difference between a clause and a phrase?

A) A clause does not have a subject.

B) A clause should have a subject and a verb.

C) A clause is a group of words and a phrase is not.

D) A clause does not have a verb.

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  1. 1 April, 19:41
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    B) A clause should have a subject and a Verb.

    Explanation:

    The difference between phrase and clause has been discussed in this article in detail. A phrase is described as a group of two or more than two words related to one another, that constitute a single unit. On the other extreme, the clause is a part of a sentence, that comprises of a subject (noun phrase) that actively performs an action (finite verb form).
  2. 1 April, 20:15
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    B) A clause should have a subject and a verb
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