Complex phrases within clauses
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The text from Hemingway’s Fiesta, described in Chapter 6, section 6.9, contained a number of kernel clauses, but the other non-kernel clauses remain to be discussed. They either contain complex phrases as constituents, or else differ from a kernel clause in one or more of its basic features:
and so they are said to be derived from kernel clauses. Some of them will be referred to in this chapter, but there is a more complete commentary in Chapter 8.
in the active voice, and
in the order SP (C) (A)
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© Dennis Freeborn 1987