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A phrase contains a verb but a clause does not. It’s sounds quite simple when you put it into one sentence. Here are some examples:
The following are phrases because they do not contain a verb:
- Like a big car
- Just a minute
- In comparison to
The following are clauses because they do contain a verb:
- They felt cold outside
- It went well today
- He told lies yestserday
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