1) What’s the difference bet an Adverb and an Adverbial ?
2) What is a correlative ?
3) Is a Superordinate clause the same as a Main clause or Independent clause ?
Word Class is the difference: The word adverb is a noun, whereas the word adverbial, note the -al ending, is an adjective (e.g., adverbial clause)Originally Posted by hela
The adjective 'correlative' means, co-relate. A correlative conjunction is either of a pair of coordinating conjunctions used in ordered fashion. Typically, one is used immediately before each member of a pair of constituents e.g, Either you or I; Neither this nor that.Originally Posted by hela
Matrix ClauseOriginally Posted by hela
Although I admire her reasoning, I reject her conclusions.
Superordinate Clause Also known as the Main Clause
I reject her conclusions.
(3) Although I admire her reasoning
Note that, Some grammars use the term Main Clause/Independent Clause to refer to the Superordinate Clause (i.e., I reject her conclusions.
Terminology Source 8)
Superordinate Example 8)
Superordinate Explanation 8) 8)
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