Access Those Mental Files. WhereWhenWhyReview Question
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1. Pronouns After Than or As Than and as are used to form comparisons
Than and as act as subordinating conjunctions introducing the dependent clause.
Review Question: Can you remember the other subordinating conjunctions we learned when we studied adjective clauses?
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Review Question #2: Can you also remember the relative pronouns that introduce adjective clauses?
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4. Pronouns After Than or As Back to than and as… Sentences formed with these subordinate conjunctions are complex sentences. The second clause is the dependent clause. Marie sings better than she [sings]. indep. clause sub. dep. omitted conj. clause words