|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|clauses in the first amendment||1.09||0.4||316||55|
|clauses in moa||1.89||0.6||1950||58|
|clauses in msa||0.56||0.4||6575||86|
|clauses in nda||1.5||0.5||615||88|
|clauses in iso||0.05||0.6||9370||38|
|clauses and phrases||1.84||0.3||8167||88|
|clauses in the constitution||0.06||0.7||3512||3|
The main difference between phrases and clauses is that while clauses have a subject and a predicate, phrases only have one. Clauses are one step closer to forming a complete sentence than phrases are. Clauses may also include phrases.What are the three types of clauses?
There are three main types of dependent clauses: relative, noun, and adverbial. A relative clause is an adjective clause that describes the noun. It is important to remember that a relative clause is not a complete thought! They are used in sentences to further describe the noun.What is a phrase vs clause?
Summary A Phrase is a sentence fragment that contains either a Verb or a Noun, but not both. A clause is a sentence fragment containing both a Verb and a Noun. A clause sentence is much more flexible in its use than simply using a phrase. The most common types of clause used are called independent and dependent clauses.