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21 thoughts on “Phrases and clauses | Syntax | Khan Academy

  1. This is just what I needed clarified. It's been years since I learned in grade school and needed a quick refresh course for early linguistics courses. Thanks.

  2. Wow guys this is called explaination u guys dont know how much help u give us by doing it which helps in exams. Great achievement for u guys

  3. I looove the way you explain things like clauses and conjunctions. So easy to understand. But, could you make a video about noun phrases and verb phrases to be more specific, please? I have trouble distinguishing both of them. Thank you 🙂

  4. But i have read in book "wren and martin" that clause contains subject and predicate not subject and verb.
    so a predicate is anything about subject.Then why "under the blue ocean" not a clause? i think it is, because here ocean is subject and blue is predicate.

  5. I don't understand what is the different between a phrase and a sentence???? why do we have to separate it out into two??? same thing with a clause………….a clause is a sentence, and why it need to be call as a clause…..

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