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Thread: subclass

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    when it says pick out from the following list those words that belong to a closed class or subclass: you, ewe, lick, tick, in, inn, to, too, up, pup, ban, can, have, halve, fat, who, do, wheel, will, this, miss, either, neither

    what do they mean by subclass?


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    Re: subclass

    Nothing important, I think-- the questioner is just being inclusive. Demonstratives are a subclass of adjectives, but that is not critical for this question.


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