Subordinate clauses are usually divided into three types by their function: relative clauses, adverbial clauses and nominal clauses. subordinate clauses are generally introduced by subordinators such as which, what, when, why, who, that, after, before, if, even if, if only, as soon as, in order that, so that, etc. A subordinate clause cannot stand alone as a sentence.
The chairman, who spke first, sat on my right.
This is the car I bought last year.
Whenever I met with any difficulty, he came to my help.
I can't imagine what made him behave like that.
Coordinate clauses are a sequence of semantically -relatd sentences that are equal important in ideas, independent in structures and connected by coordinators.
The most common coordinators are 'and', 'or' and 'but'.
He heard a cry for help, and he rushed out of the house.
It never rains but it pours.
Be at the station by 5 o'clock, or you will miss the bus.
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