Subordinate clauses

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Relative clauses

Subordinate finite relative cl. As pm (defining). Relativizer: subject
To fear love is to fear life, and those are already three parts dead.
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Subordinatefinite relative cl. As pm (non-defining). Relativizer: subject
Road workers, , often wear jackets with bright yellow or orange stripes which are clearly visible to drivers.
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Subordinate finite relative cl. As pm (non-defining). Relativizer: D.O.
Peter brought his favorite antique book, , to show his friends.
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I can do everything .
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Nominal clauses

Subordinate finite nominal clause as D.O.
I had beentold
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Subordinate finite nominal clause as Subject of a Sentence
is that you often compete in exotic places
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Subordinate finite nominal clause as I.O.Subordinate finite nominal clause as Object of a Preposition
In the 1980’s Britons are becoming increasingly concerned about the fate of
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Subordinate finite nominal clause asC.S.
That’s
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Subordinate finite nominal clause as C.O.

Subordinate finite nominal clause as Apposition to a Noun
I live in Milan. It’s a very big city, .

Non-finite clauses-ing

Adverbial function:
Non finite -ing clause as adverbial of manner
Then she appeared
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Nominal function:
Non finite -ing clause as D.O.
But we do like
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Non finite -ing clause as Prepositional Complement
It isn’t great for as most people I glide which are older then me.
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Non finite -ing clause as subject

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Finite adv. Cl. Of place
They can stay
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Finite adv. Cl. Of comparison
He is older
You look like you've just got out of bed!
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