The noun clause is 'what you needed to buy at the store', which is the direct object of the verb 'knew'.
It is "that I recommended".
A "Buy Back Clause" is used so that if whatever was sold to you by a seller is going to be sold in the future the original seller has first right to buy before anyother attempt to sell is made.
He has a contract until 2016 with a buy-out clause of €250million included.
The kinds of clauses are: independent clause dependent clause adverbrial clause adjective clause noun clause appositive clause gerundial clause prepared by: Mr.Lance Borrommeo
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An objective clause is a clause which is like a learning objective but this is the objective for an clause
In which sentence is the underlined clause an adjective clause
The Necessary and Proper Clause (also known as the Elastic Clause, the Basket Clause, the Coefficient Clause, and the Sweeping Clause)
An adverbial clause is a subordinate clause which functions as an adverb within the main clause.
a dependent clause that modifies a noun
What is a noun clause?
There are actually four other names for the Elastic Clause: Proper and Necessary Clause (mainly) Basket Clause Coefficient Clause Sweeping Clause
A standard insurance policy provides for deductibles (or excess) clause, i.e., a claim is settled by the insurer only in excess of the limits specified under this clause. The insured can buy supplemental insurance to cover a part or full of this "deductible" amount. This supplemental insurance is called deductible buy down insurance.
A dependent clause is also called a subordinate clause or an embedded clause.
It can be an independent clause or a dependent clause. It is an independent clause if does not have a word at the beginning like "but" or "because". If there is a word like this at the beginning of the clause, it is a dependent clause.
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main clause; subordinate clause
subordinate clause; main clause
A dependent clause.
An insubordinate clause is just another word for an Independent clause. A subordinate clause is just another word for a Dependent clause. An Independent clause is a sentence that can stand by itself and a dependent clause can't stand by itself.
There isn't a difference between a subordinate clause and a subordinate clause.
the subordinate clause is the part of the sentence that comes after the main clause it is used to tell or explain more about the main clause.
what is the equative clause