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    Excuse me!

    I want to ask about Subject adjuncts. Can you explain clearly to me?Thanks

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    Re: Excuse me!

    Click here ... SFG Page ... and scroll down to where it says,

    "An Adjunct is an element that has not got the potential of being Subject ... An Adjunct is typically realized by an adverbial group or a prepositional phrase (rather than by a nominal group)."


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