I will work and he will ride a bike. Is this a noun, adjective or adverb clause?
Then I need to find the phrase of it and note wether or not the is adjective, adverb, or verb.
Can you help me with that.
English - Writeacher, Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 7:44am
I will work = independent clause
and = coordinating conjunction
he will ride a bike = independent clause
Together, they make a compound sentence.
Neither is a noun, adjective, or adverb clause; those clauses are types of dependent clauses.
I don't really see any phrases in here unless you want to say that "a bike" is a phrase. The word "bike" is the direct object of the verb "will ride."