tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Sep 06 11:56:26 2002
[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next]
Re: HeghmeH QaQbogh jaj yIngu'
From: "Stephan Schneider" <email@example.com>
> thank you. a "dependent clause" is a sentence, whos verb has a type 9
> verb suffix, right? so, type 9 clauses can appear in the header or
> after the body. but how do we call the are behind the body? tail?
They're not "in the header." They're before or after the main sentence.
Individual words or noun phrases will go in what we call the "header" (where
adverbials and non-subject/non-object nouns and noun phrases go), but
subordinate clauses go either before or after all of that. There are no
established names for the placement of these clauses.