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Similar words: subordinateinsubordinatesubordinationinsubordinationordinateinordinateco-ordinatecoordinateMeaning: n. a clause in a complex sentence that cannot stand alone as a complete sentence and that functions within the sentence as a noun or adjective or adverb. random good picture
(1) However, when a subordinate clause follows a main clause this additional processing load does not occur.
(2) Frye wrote the words independent clause and subordinate clause on the board.
(3) The incorporated or subordinate clause is normally called an embedded clause, and the clause in which it is embedded is called a matrix clause.
(4) A subordinate clause can not stand alone as a sentence– that is a sentence fragment.
(5) The incorporated, or subordinate clause is normally called an embedded clause, and the clause into which it is embedded is called a matrix clause.
(6) All subordinate clause are tree's leafage.
(7) A subordinate clause: A clause depends on the main clause in a sentence.
(8) The subordinate clause of the complex-sentence mainly expresses result, tense and degree----three grammar significances.
(9) The sentence consists of a main clause and a subordinate clause.
(10) In the complex sentence, 'I'd like to go the beach, if it's warm enough', 'I'd like to go to the beach' is the main clause, and 'if it's warm enough' is the subordinate clause.
(11) In the sentence 'They often go to Italy because they love the food', 'They often go to Italy' is the main clause and 'because they love the food' is a subordinate clause.
(12) In the sentence "Can you tell me what time it is?" 'Can you tell me' is the main clause, and 'what time it is' is a subordinate clause.
(13) Learning word well first, followed by putting phrase in, thirdly the subordinate clause, finishing the whole sentences fourthly.
(14) Embedded clause: in a complete sentence , the incorporated, or subordinate clause is normally called an embedded clause.
(15) For example, without the case element, it cannot function as a subordinate clause but a continuous modifier like an adverb.
(16) While translating long sentences, first find the structure of the original sentence, principal clause and subordinate clause, find out the logical relation between them.
(17) It points out that the correct comprehension of open IF-clause depends on the understanding of the semantic relationship between the main clause and the subordinate clause, as well as the context.
(18) It consists of a main clause and one or more subordinate clauses. The subordinate clause is either a noun clause, an adjective clause or an adverb clause.
(19) A subordinating conjunction connect the clauses, makeing the clauses that follow the conjunction a subordinate clause.
(20) In any English grammar textbooks, there are certain chapters analyzing complex sentences and its subordinate clause and main clause.
(21) And knowing this is not only quite construcive to deep understanding of such subordinate clause but also instrumental to the mastery of translating techniques.
(22) It can also act as an absolute structure, functioning as subordinate clause or circumstantial complement.
(23) Even if the principal process types are the same, positions of the participants and process types of the transitivity in the subordinate clause are quite different.
(24) Find out all the predicate structure, non-predicate, prepositional phrase and the lead word of the subordinate clause.
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