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  1. Subordinate Clauses Although I was scared, I crept inside. Although I was scared, I crept inside. Subordinate clauses are used to add more information to sentences Subordinate ClauseMain Clause The boy, who was ten, jumped. The boy, who was ten,jumped.

  2. Subordinate Clauses Although I was scared, I crept inside. The main clause still makes sense without the subordinate clause , who was ten, The boy jumped.

  3. Put a comma on each side of the subordinate clause. Mr Smith,who worked as a secret agent, flicked through the paper silently. The lady, who had grey curly hair and thin-rimmed glasses, must have been her grandmother. The wind, which was bitterly cold, howled through the trees. My friend,who was an experienced cook, was making dinner. A huge creature, covered in scales, appeared out of the cave. The kitten, a purebred tabby, was completely adorable. Put a comma on each side of the subordinate part. Mr Smith the secret agent flicked through the paper silently. The lady who had grey curly hair and thin-rimmed glasses must have been her grandmother. The wind which was bitterly cold howled through the trees. My friend an experienced cook was making dinner. A huge creature covered in scales appeared out of the cave. The kitten a purebred tabby was completely adorable.

  4. Emily ________________ was on her way to school. The man _________________ crept silently. The train_______________ sped past the station. The kitten ___________ caught a mouse in the hall. My coat _______ is green. Henry ____________ was lost. My brother _______ and my sister ________ are both much older than me. Emily, who was a small and cheerful girl, was on her way to school. The man, who seemed mysterious, crept silently. The train, which was late, sped past the station. The kitten, which was only 6 weeks old, caught a mouse in the hall. My coat, which was a present from my mum, is green. Henry, who was a cat/dog/small boy, was lost. My brother, who is very tall , and my sister, who is very short , are both much older than me.