Adverb Clause of preference

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Syntactic functions  of   subordinate clauses  
Subordinates can be S O C or Advl in a superordinate clause.
S= That  DO= wh IO= Wh  SC= That OC= to inf clause. ( S* know S** to be Show) Avl Wh clause. → time place etc.     Inside the elements can be: Post modifier= that, prepositional complement = on what Adj complementation: Happy to see you.

Functional classes Sub: 1- Nominal( S, O, C, Apo PrepComp) more restricted than a noun phrase. no function as DO, C, PC.  they are abstract.  Nominal can be a adjective complementation without preposition (I am not sure that...) a)that- zero that b) Wh interrogative. C) yes-no Alt Interrog cl d) Exclamative e) relative f) to inf g) ing h) bare inf I) verbless

 2-adverbial, ussually Adjuncts, subjuncts,  conjuncts or disjuncts?  adverb ph or prep phrase a) time ( finite advrl, ing-untill, to inf duration verb b) place Where wherever 
c) conditional- direct, If Unless  -open or hypotetucal d) concessive  contrary to what you expect (though, while) e) contrast (while) f) rethorical if- condition but obvious you are staying -pope-. G) altern conditional ( whether (clause) Or (clause) I am not) h) exception (but that) (except that) I) Reason (because,for)  j) purpose (in order) (so as) K)Result (so) L) Similarity and comp (as i said/ as if (cl)) M) proportion (as, so ) express degree.N) comment ( as you know, to be honest)

3-relative  restrictive or non restrictive post modifiers,--- sentential goes back to predicate or predication. They say something which is not)

4 comparative resemble adjectives or adverbs (S* has more Sth than S** have)




Functional classes Sub: 1- Nominal( S, O, C, Apo PrepComp) more restricted than a noun phrase. no function as DO, C, PC.  they are abstract.  Nominal can be a adjective complementation without preposition (I am not sure that...) a)that- zero that b) Wh interrogative. C) yes-no Alt Interrog cl d) Exclamative e) relative f) to inf g) ing h) bare inf I) verbless

 2-adverbial, ussually Adjuncts, subjuncts,  conjuncts or disjuncts?  adverb ph or prep phrase a) time ( finite advrl, ing-untill, to inf duration verb b) place Where wherever 
c) conditional- direct, If Unless  -open or hypotetucal d) concessive  contrary to what you expect (though, while) e) contrast (while) f) rethorical if- condition but obvious you are staying -pope-. G) altern conditional ( whether (clause) Or (clause) I am not) h) exception (but that) (except that) I) Reason (because,for)  j) purpose (in order) (so as) K)Result (so) L) Similarity and comp (as i said/ as if (cl)) M) proportion (as, so ) express degree.N) comment ( as you know, to be honest)

3-relative  restrictive or non restrictive post modifiers,--- sentential goes back to predicate or predication. They say something which is not)

4 comparative resemble adjectives or adverbs (S* has more Sth than S** have)

Semantic functions of subordinate clauses 

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