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How to Correct clause in VIA

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what I want to do in this lesson is explain the nature of the necessary and proper clause that outlines a number of the ways in which we interpret powers of the federal legislature within the U.S Constitution of course the federal legislature being Congress now the previous lesson we did a case study on a major Supreme Court decision the case of McCulloch and Maryland and what we did in this was look at a number of the arguments pertaining to the Constitutional Authority for Congress to establish the bank of the United States thats what that case essentially revolved around and then the second part of that question was the extent to which the state of Maryland was able to actually tax that bank now chief justice Marshall came up with a number of arguments pertaining to the constitutionality of that question the extent to which Congress could have established this Bank whether or not this was within the remit of the powers that are established by the US Constitution namely article one

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Types of Clauses Independent or Main. Dependent or Subordinate. Relative or Adjective. Noun Clause. Adverbial Clause. Conditional Clause.
Clauses are of two types namely, Main clause or Independent clause. Subordinate clause or Dependent clause.
Types of Clauses He saw her. The Washingtons hurried home. A subordinate clause has a subject and verb but, unlike an independent clause, cannot stand by itself. A relative clause begins with a relative pronoun and functions as an adjective. A noun clause functions as a noun in a sentence.
A clause must contain a verb. Typically a clause is made up of a subject, a verb phrase and, sometimes, a complement: Ive eaten.
Independent Clause. Subordinate Clause. Adjective Clause. Adverbial Clause. Noun Clause. Relative Clause. Conditional Clause.
There are a number of different types of clause including main clauses, subordinate clauses, coordinate clauses and adjective (or relative) clauses.
An example of the dependent clause is: He cried since he fell down the stairs. The dependent clause can also be used as the noun clause, adverb clause, and adjective clause. The different types of dependent clauses are conditional clauses and relative clauses.
Because a clause expresses an action or a state of being, a clause can oftenbut not alwaysfunction as an independent sentence. A sentence can have just one clause or it can have multiple clauses. The only defining characteristic of a clause is that it must contain a related subject and verb.

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