It’s probably has been a longtime since you have been in school and had to remember the rules of grammar, let alone the spelling or maybe you’re a new student. If it’s been awhile since you’ve written anything don’t worry we’ll get you caught up. If you are a new student to the rules of grammar they’re mostly easy to learn. Analisi logica, understanding or analyzing clauses is one of the most important steps to understanding English and writing properly. Clauses are the meat and bones of any sentence you’ll be writing. Once you understand what a clause is you’ll quickly learn why they are so important for everyday spoken and written language. You will also learn how to analyze them and use them properly in sentences.
So, firstly a clause is the part of the sentence which illustrates for the reader or listener something about the subject. For instance, if I were to say “The cat sneakily hunted the mouse” the clause in this sentence would be “sneakily hunted the mouse” as it is illustrating something about the subject, “the cat”. I could also for instance say or write, “The cat was colored with orange stripes”. The clause in the sentence is descriptive of how the subject looks, the cat (noun), so it would be “colored with orange stripes”. These rules should make it easy to identify what your clause is, because clauses generally proceed after the subject from the beginning of a sentence.
Analyzing the clause can be a rather simple task as well. For instance, let’s go back to our cat example. We can analyze a lot based on the behavior of the cat in one sentence. “The cat sneakily hunted the mouse” we can deduce or better envision that the cat is hunched over, low-back thrusted into the air as it prepares its hind legs to pounce on the cat. A clause illustrates an image to the viewer. Given this, it is not difficult to understand why a clause is an important part of a sentence and how they’re used everyday.