I plant vegetables. I need to see if it is a phrase or independent or dependent
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It is independent because it does not require any other phrase to make sense. It also fulfills the SVO or subject-predicate models for a complete phrase/sentence. Even "I plant" would be considered independent under the right circumstances.
I plant vegetables. This is independent clause because it has its own subject ( I ) and predicate ; verb (plant) and object ( vegetables) . As it delivers the complete message without depending on any other clause or phrase. So , independent clauses itself are complete clauses. Here are some more examples:
She cooks meal. It rains. I ate.