Simple Sentences - a sentence with a subject and a verb or something describing the subject.
" My bike is broken."
Embedded Clause - Can be additional information related to the sentence topic,
that is placed into the middle of the sentence to give the reader more information and enhance the sentence.
The coat, which was old, had a hole in the pocket.
The main clause makes sense on its own: The coat had a hole in the pocket.
The embedded clause doesn't make sense on its own: which was old
The embedded clause has to be supported and explained by the main clause in order to make sense.
An embedded clause usually begins using the words which, who or where and relates to the noun or pronoun in the main clause.
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