To wrap up, subordinate clauses are basically incomplete sentences that begin with a subordinating conjunction or a relative pronoun. They are added to independent clauses to provide more information. We need them to improve our writing, add variety to our sentence structure and include necessary information. Our writing would be very boring if every sentence was the same: 'We went to the movies. We were bored.' Subordinate clauses let us see the relation between different parts of the sentence and prevents our writing from sounding repetitive: 'We went to the movies because we were bored.'
1. Do you think there is too much fighting on . Why or why not?
2. Do you think it is necessary to have alcohol at a party in order to have a good time?
3. Does it bother you to be around someone who has bad manners?
4. Should there be a dress code in places such as school, restaurants, and places of business? Why or why not?
5. Should animals be used for medical research?
6. Should the American Government financially support Olympic teams?
7. Should people be prohibited from smoking in certain places?
8. Families are important because...
9. Would you like to be famous? Why or why not? What would you like to be famous for?
Many schools and districts allow students who had failed the exit exam, but met other graduation requirements, to participate in the public graduation ceremony, although they may not receive a valid diploma unless they qualify for exemption as a student with a serious disability. Some districts present these students with certificates of completion to recognize that they have met all other graduation requirements.  The certificate of completion signifies completion of the required coursework and failure to meet the minimum standards set for either or both of the CAHSEE tests.