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Introduction R D Huddleston
The Simplex Clause R D Huddleston 1 Transitivity and attribution
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active adjective adjunct-clauses adverbial analysis anaphoric applies apposition attribute auxiliary binder bracketing cataphoric cells clause-complexes clause-relation clauses containing clearly comma complement conflates constituent clause construction contrast coordinative coordinative complexes corpus correlation covert subject deleted dependent clauses discussed distinction distinguish domain extended element embedded clause equative extended domain fact finite function grammatical group-complex homophoric IC's identified immediate constituent implicit ing-clause instance interrogative intransitive involved John jussive latter layer lexical verb linker low stratum marked theme matrix clause meaning meiosis modal molecules mood dimension negative nominal group non-finite clause non-restrictive object clause occur P-group passive position possible predicator prepositional group punctuation qualifier realised recipient reference relation relative clause restrictive semantic sentence sentence-adjuncts similar simplex clause sporangia sporangium stratum structure subordinate T-subject Table tense thematic Total transitivity treated underlined verbal group WH-item whereas