Your last rule on the agreement between the subject and the verb is a little imprecise. This only applies to cortical conjunctions that use the `or` circuit breaker. Write down your examples with “both… and.” This type of conjunction is used to link elements that are grammatically identical: two words, two sentences or two independent clauses. There are seven coordination conjunctions in English, and you can remember with the fanBOYS mnemonic device: for, and still, but, or even, like. William Badecker. 2007. A principle of characteristics for a partial agreement. Lingua 117: 1541-1565. neither – nor; Not only – but also “The subject-verb chord in all tree forms of these correlative conjunctions takes the number of the subject closer to the verb.
Ex: The student or teacher is… The teacher or students are …. Not only is she, but she is also… Not only them, but they are also… Coordinating conjunctions combine words or phrases that serve the same grammatical purpose in a sentence. There are seven main English conjoinations that form the acronym FANBOYS: Bhatia, Archna and Elabbas Benmamoun. 2009. Close conjunction agreement: role of linear adjacency. Slides from the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, San Francisco.
Now that you understand what correlated conjunctions are and how they are used correctly in a sentence, we practice identifying them and verifying that they are being used correctly. You will find other exercises with conjunctions of correlations in our totally free practice on Albert.io: Correlative conjunction. Kiss, Katalin. Scheme of concordance with coordinate sentences. Presentation at SinFonIjA October 3, 2010. When two predecessors are used with a correlative conjunction, the rules follow a similar pattern to that of the verbage rules. Singular precursors use singular pronouns, plural pronouns use plural pronouns, and when a singular and plural precursor are used, the pronoun is based on the second precursor or precursor closest to the pronoun. We focus here on the behaviour of transiting subjects. The situation is a little more complex on the subjects. Non-legislative subjects behave as transitory subjects in the control of resolved correspondences. On the other hand, non-acoustic subjects allow CCAs under limited conditions. We leave research on non-acoustic topics for further research.
Frank, Andrew Nevins and Amanda Saksida. Last subjunctive agreement in Slovenian. In Annual workshop on formal approaches to Slavic linguistics: the Toronto meeting 2006, FASL 15, eds. Richard Compton, Magdalena Goledzinowska, and Ulyana Savchenko, 210-227. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications. FCA in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) could be another example of this kind. Walkow (2010) argues that DPs in MSA make sex, but not the number of functions accessible to the agreement processes.