Subordinate infinitives and participles take their time from the verb in the principal clause.
Subordinate clauses are always connected with the principal clause by a subordinate conjunction.
A complex sentence is one containing a principal clause and one or more subordinate clauses.
All of the modifying clauses must be gathered together either before or after the principal clause.
Department stores of all large cities are acquiring them is also a principal clause.
The principal clause in his will was expressed in these terms:—“Let the people of Rome inherit all my fortunes.”
They will tell how, when, where or why the action expressed in the verb in the principal clause occurred.
A complex sentence contains one principal clause and one or more subordinate clauses.
A subordinate clause is one that depends upon some word or words in the principal clause.
This really amounts to the conclusion, or principal clause, in a sentence, of which the condition is omitted.