Embedded clauses

Embedded clauses are clauses that are added into the middle of a sentence. They are different to parenthesis (see previous post) as they require a subject and a verb.

No embedded clause

Fran went to Paris on her holidays.

Embedded clause

Fran went to Paris, where she had never been before, on her holidays.

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