Category : 8th Class
An important aspect of English grammar is to understand the mutual relationship among the component parts of a sentence. For this, a sentence has to be broken into various parts. This breaking up of a sentence into its component parts in order to show their mutual relationship is called Analysis.
As we already know, a group of words which makes a complete sense is called a sentence, and every sentence has a Finite Verb. For example:
Here ate and admires are Finite Verbs, thus they are sentences.
The part of a sentence which has a subject and a Finite Verb is called a clause.
The teacher told me that she would guide me.
In the above given sentence, 'that she would guide me' is a part of the whole sentence in which there is one subject 'she' and one Finite Verb 'would guide'.
The entire part 'that she would guide me' is a clause.
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