What is the difference between “clause” and “phrase” with examples?

What is the difference between “clause” and “phrase” with examples?

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  1. A clause is a group of words that has some grammatical relationship to one another and is used to express a grammatical concept, such as subject, object, complement or predicate. A phrase, on the other hand, is a group of words that has some meaning but does not necessarily have any grammatical relationship to one another. An example of a clause: I like cats. An example of a phrase: I like cats.

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