The difference between a CLAUSE and a PHRASE is…
A. a phrase has a subject and a verb and a clause doesn’t have a subject and a verb.
B. a clause has a subject and a verb and a phrase doesn’t have both a subject and a verb
C. a clause and a phrase have subjects but they don’t have verbs
D. a clause and phrase are the same
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Other quiz: General
Which is the correct form of the first conditional?
A. If+a present tense+will+ infinitive
B. If+past perfect+past simple
C. If +past perfect+will+have+ past prtciple
D. If+past simple+will+ing
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