clause englannista suomeksi
A verb, its necessary grammatical arguments, and any adjuncts affecting them.
- However, Coordination facts seem to undermine this hasty conclusion: thus, consider the following: (43) sister could go to College, but ''would she get a degree''? The second (italicised) conjunct is a Clause containing an inverted Auxiliary, ''would''. Given our earlier assumptions that inverted Auxiliaries are in C, and that C is a constituent of S-bar, it follows that the italicised Clause in (43) must be an S-bar. But our familiar constraint on Coordination tells us that only constituents belonging to ''the same Category'' can be conjoined. Since the second Clause in (43) is clearly an S-bar, then it follows that the first Clause must also be an S-bar — one in which the C(omplementiser) position has been left empty.
A separate part of a contract, a will or another legal document.