Book: An Introduction to English Sentence Structure
Chapter: Preliminaries Nonwh- Subordinate Clauses Practice with Terminology Analyzing and Reporting Multiclausal Sentences Sentences for Analysis Text for Analysis Dialog for Analysis
Previous chapters explored how clauses can be put together by either (a) conjoining one with another in a series or sequence, or (b) sliding one into another, much as one might stack one mixing bowl or one measuring spoon inside another. Chapter 8 gave some consideration to one form of clause combining: wh- embedding. This chapter introduces an additional type, nonwh- subordination.