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Is the underlined clause independent or subordinate? Sally will finish her current project before she begins a new one. A. subordinate B. independent
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Vickyisthesmartone123
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What is underlined?
I_Ask_Alot
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before she begins a new one ------------------------
iGreenHacked
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A independent clause is a sentence than can be said by itself and still makes sense. A subordinate clause is part of a sentence that can NOT be said by itself and make sense. "before she begins a new one So it would be Subordinate

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Vickyisthesmartone123
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That would be A. Because it doesn't make sense standing alone.
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