After studying this lesson you will understand what is a clause and how it is used in the formation of sentences.
When a clause works as an adverb it is called the adverb clause, when it works as a noun it is called the Noun clause and when it works as an adjective it is called an adjective clause. You should know how to identify nouns, adjectives, or adverbs.
A noun is the name of a word which tells about person, place, or thing, adjective tells about noun and adverb tells about verb, adjective, or adverb. A clause is a group of words, a part of a sentence that conveys the sense and has its subject and predicate. We should examine what work is being done by clause.