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Sentence count:206+8 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: articleSimilar words: claustrophobicclaustrophobiaplausibleimplausiblelaudlaughcausepauseMeaning: [klɔːz]  n. 1. (grammar) an expression including a subject and predicate but not constituting a complete sentence 2. a separate section of a legal document (as a statute or contract or will). 
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1. We should add this clause to the contract.
2. They have added/deleted/amended a clause in the contract which says the company can make people redundant for economic reasons.
3. The sentence consists of a main clause and a subordinate clause.
4. The penalty clause specifies that late delivery will be fined.
5. The new clause was accepted without amendment.
6. The intention of the clause is clear.
7. There is some ambiguity in this clause.
8. The completed action is in the main clause.
9. A confidentiality clause was added to the contract.
10. The contract contains a confidentiality clause.
11. What's the exact wording of the clause?
12. A penalty clause was written into the contract.
13. This clause in the contract was held unreasonable.
14. He decided to line out that clause.
15. The penalty clause was hidden in the small print.
16. We added an opt-out clause to the agreement.
17. His manager inserted a new clause into his contract.
18. A clause in the contract had been left purposely vague.
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19. This last clause is a thinly-veiled threat to those who might choose to ignore the decree.
20. There was a penalty clause which said you had to pay half the cost if you cancelled your booking.
21. The third clause of the contract specifies steel sashes for the windows.
22. There's a clause in the policy that I'd like to discuss.
23. In English, a clause acting as the subject of a sentence counts as singular.
24. They put a clause in the contract stipulating that the work should be finished by next month.
25. There is a clause in the contract forbidding tenants to sublet.
26. In the complex sentence, 'I'd like to go the beach, if it's warm enough', 'I'd like to go to the beach' is the main clause, and 'if it's warm enough' is the subordinate clause.
27. In the sentence 'The woman who I met was wearing a brown hat', 'who I met' is a relative clause.
28. The sentence 'Although he's quiet, he's not shy' begins with a concessive clause.
29. In the sentence 'They often go to Italy because they love the food', 'They often go to Italy' is the main clause and 'because they love the food' is a subordinate clause.
30. In 'the man who came', 'who' is a relative pronoun and 'who came' is a relative clause.
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