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Clause, phrase and sentence

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  1. statist

    statist Moderator

    The basic unit of English grammar is the clause:

    [An unlucky student almost lost a 17th century violin worth almost £200,000]

    [when he left it in the waiting room of a London station.]

    [William Brown inherited the 1698 Stradivarius violin from his mother]

    [and had just had it valued by a London dealer at £180,000.]


    Clauses are made up of phrases:

    [An unlucky student] + [almost lost] + [a 17th century violin worth almost £200,000]

    [when] + [he] +
    + [it] + [in the waiting room of a London station.]

    [William Brown] + [inherited] + [the 1698 Stradivarius violin] + [from his mother]

    [and] [had just had it valued] + [by a London dealer] + [at £180,000.]


    We can join two or more clauses together to make sentences.

    An unlucky student almost lost a 17th century violin worth almost £200,000 when he left it in the waiting room of a London station.

    William Brown inherited the 1698 Stradivarius violin from his mother and had just had it valued by a London dealer at £180,000.​
     
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