Clause: Definition, Types & Functions of Clause

A clause is a group of words that have a subject and predicate. It is not all clauses that make a complete meaning.

Clause is similar to a sentence because a sentence also has a subject and a predicate. But a sentence differs from a clause because it makes a complete meaning and can contain more than one clause.

Also, a clause differs from a phrase because a phrase does not have a subject and predicate.

Types of clause

There are two types of clause: