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Independent clauses contain a subject and a verb and express a full idea. They are a complete sentence.

  • I walked to the park.

Dependent clauses contain a subject and a verb, but do not express a full idea. They need an independent clause to be a complete sentence.

  • *When I was walking in the park.

Dependent clauses may contain either a subordinating conjunction or a relative clause.

  • When I was walking in the park, I saw the cutest dog.
  • Gainesville, which is the city where we met, is beautiful in fall.
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