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G. the big one rather than just *the big). g. g. g. g. 2 for the ordering among adjectives); an adjective here may be modiWed by an adverb (such as simply, really or very; see Chapter 12); a modiWer describing composition (wooden, vegetable, electrical); a modiWer describing origin or style (British, outside in outside toilet), a modiWer describing purpose/beneWciary (rabbit in rabbit food, medical in medical building). g. the two cleverest girls (the cleverest and the second cleverest) versus the cleverest two girls (can refer to the cleverest pair, when they were already grouped into pairs).

Transitive verbs have two or more core roles, and that role which is most likely to be relevant for the success of the activity is in transitive subject relation (referred to as ‘A’). A transitive verb must also have a role in object (O) relation, and this will immediately follow the predicate. 5). 1. Imperative clauses In a prototypical imperative clause in English: (a) The subject is 2nd person and is generally omitted. Other languages distinguish 2sg and 2pl with the convention that a 2sg imperative subject may be omitted but a 2pl subject should be retained.

There are also constructions like: (14) The managers are saving money for the company, sacking Wremen Now in (14) the comment sacking Wremen is plainly non-restrictive, suggesting that (14) might be taken as derived from (13), with a reduced relative clause (who are being omitted) that is moved to the end of the main clause. A comment such as sacking Wremen in (14) may sometimes be retained in its original NP or else be placed at the beginning of the main clause. Compare: (15a) John, who was wheezing noisily, came into the room (15b) John, wheezing noisily, came into the room (15c) John came into the room, wheezing noisily 36 2.

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