Sub-ordinate clauses

We have spent some time, in SPaG lessons this week, looking at and identifying sub-ordinate clauses.  Hopefully you will remember, they are sometimes called dependent clauses. Can you remember why? Post your own examples of sentences that contain subordinate clauses on this blog.  Remember, the extra information can be placed at the beginning or end of the sentence.  Can you ’embed’ the information mid-sentence?  Go back and check you have added all the correct punctuation!

Good luck!

Mrs R 🙂

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