The London-Lund corpus reveals that British females tend to position adverbial clauses in clause-final position and British males have a tendency to place them in initial position.

Why should that be? If anyone has any information on the above "phenomenon", could you please let me have it?

Also, have you noticed any differences in the way males and females use grammar in your variant?
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Milky
The London-Lund corpus reveals that British females tend to position adverbial clauses in clause-final position and British males have a tendency to place them in initial position.

Do you have any examples, Milky?
MrPedantic
Milky
The London-Lund corpus reveals that British females tend to position adverbial clauses in clause-final position and British males have a tendency to place them in initial position.

Do you have any examples, Milky?

Examples of sentences with an adverbial clause in either position? Erm, can't you just make them up?
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How about examples from the corpus? There is a difference between made up examples and real ones.

/km
If you can access the London-Lund corpus, Kimm, let me know. As for me, I'm only reporting what I heard. I can't imagine the London-Lund people needing to tell lies or invent examples, can you?
If you are unable to give examples, why not say so? You seem quick to get on the defensive. What's up?

/km
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Milky
MrPedantic
Milky
The London-Lund corpus reveals that British females tend to position adverbial clauses in clause-final position and British males have a tendency to place them in initial position.

Do you have any examples, Milky?

Examples of sentences with an adverbial clause in either position? Erm, can't you just make them up?

Well, I suppose I could; but since I'm a British male, my clause-final adverbials would then subvert the "tendency". Q non ED.

Besides, you did say:


"The London-Lund corpus reveals that British females tend to position adverbial clauses in clause-final position and British males have a tendency to place them in initial position."
So it's not unreasonable to ask to see the evidence that supports the statement.

MrP
<So it's not unreasonable to ask to see the evidence that supports the statement.>

The address of ICAME, where copies of the London-Lund Corpus can be obtained, is:
The HIT Centre,
Allégt. 27,
N-5007 Bergen,
Norway
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I bet all your cheques bounce, too.

MrP
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