Language arts

Which description defines a dependent clause?
It contains a subject and a verb but cannot stand alone.

It can stand alone as a sentence

It expresses a complete thought.

It is a group of words containing a subject or a verb but not both

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  1. 1) it contains a subject and a verb but cannot stand alone
    2) it includes a subject and a verb and can stand alone
    3) phrases have either a noun or a verb, but dependent clauses have both
    4) to add detail and meaning

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  6. Which element plays a supporting role in a sentence?

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  8. 1) it contains a subject and a verb but cannot stand alone
    2) it includes a subject and a verb and can stand alone
    3) phrases have either a noun or a verb, but dependent clauses have both
    4) to add detail and meaning

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