Kalpana wants to buy a phone, (Independent Clause) but she does not have enough money(Independent Clause) .
If you don't study well,(Dependent Clause) you won't pass the exam. (Independent Clause)
Kavin bought a car (Independent Clause) which was too expensive.(Dependent Clause)
Sanjai is a talented player (Independent Clause) though he is out of form. (Dependent Clause)
I need a book.
Mary prefers coffee.
Ram is a good volleyball player.
When it is raining
Because you were late
After you go to school
A clause is a group of words that contains both a subject and a predicate (or a verb). There are two types of clauses. They are independent clause and dependent clause.
There are three main types of Dependent clauses: Adjective, Adverb and Noun.
An Adjective Clause describes or gives more information about a noun—tells us which one, what kind, or how many.
An Adverb Clause describes or gives more information about the verb—tells us when, where, how, to what extent, or under what condition something is happening.
A Noun Clause takes the place of a noun in the sentence.
This is the best route that I know