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Sentence Order

This chapter is about sentence order. We are going to talk about the different parts of a sentence, the difference between coordinating and subordinating conjunctions and about how the sentence structure changes when we don't start a sentence with the subject. While in an ordinary sentence we begin with the subject, it is also possible that we begin a sentence with an adverbial clause (e.g. time or place) or a subordinate clause. In this case, however, we have to pay attention to the sentence order, which we will now discuss in this chapter.




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