Guide to non-essential clauses

Non-essential clauses — also known as “parenthetical” or “non-restrictive” clauses — are among the most important concepts tested on both SAT Writing and ACT English. They are used to provide additional information about nouns, usually the subject, and they have several important characteristics: 1) They are most often surrounded by commas (one before, one after), … Continue reading Guide to non-essential clauses