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GROUP 13
ABOUT:
NAME GROUP:
1.NELLI
2.YULIA FITRI YANI
LECTURER:AINUL FAIZA,S.S
ENGLISH DEPARTEMENT COLLEGE OF TEACHER
TRA...
1. FULL STATEMENT CLAUSES
2. QUESTION CLAUSES
3. INFINITIVE CLAUSES
4. GERUND CLAUSES
5. NON-FACTUAL CLAUSES
6. VERBAL NOU...
An argument can also be a predication, a real
or potential fact, and such as an argument is
expressed as a clause – that i...
For example, these sentences
 They KNOW (that) I opened the letter
 Do you WANT me to open the letter
 She WATCHED me o...
Predicates that have embedded sentences as a theme
include the following those that express:
a) Knowledge or ignorance of ...
FULL STATEMENT CLAUSES
is introduced by the meaningless word that, which
may or may not be present.
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Semantics and Pragmatics

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Semantics and Pragmatics

  1. 1. GROUP 13 ABOUT: NAME GROUP: 1.NELLI 2.YULIA FITRI YANI LECTURER:AINUL FAIZA,S.S ENGLISH DEPARTEMENT COLLEGE OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION(STKIP)YDB LUBUK ALUNG 2012
  2. 2. 1. FULL STATEMENT CLAUSES 2. QUESTION CLAUSES 3. INFINITIVE CLAUSES 4. GERUND CLAUSES 5. NON-FACTUAL CLAUSES 6. VERBAL NOUNS 7. COMPARING TYPE OF CLAUSES 8. SYNTACTIC AMBIGUITY
  3. 3. An argument can also be a predication, a real or potential fact, and such as an argument is expressed as a clause – that is, a sentence that is embedded in another sentence. In other words, we can make statements and ask questions about facts.
  4. 4. For example, these sentences  They KNOW (that) I opened the letter  Do you WANT me to open the letter  She WATCHED me opening the letter  Are you SURPRISED at my opening the letter? The clause depends on the predicate ( verb or adjectives) that it accompanies. The sructure of sentences may also lead to different possible interpretations, and such syntactic ambiguity.
  5. 5. Predicates that have embedded sentences as a theme include the following those that express: a) Knowledge or ignorance of a possible fact eg: - Ivan knows that we are here. - I doubt if the game will start on time. b) An attitude or orientation toward a fact as possible fact. eg : -Jean is disapointed (that) you can not join us.
  6. 6. FULL STATEMENT CLAUSES is introduced by the meaningless word that, which may or may not be present.

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