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Pls provide an article,whose title is below,
none finite verbless clause
1.without subject or subordinator
2.with subject
3.with subordinator,
3.1 infinitive
3.2 -ing
3.3 -ed
3.4 verbless
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Could you please explain what exactlly you need to know?
A "non-finite verbless clause"? A verb has finite and infinite forms, also a sentence must have a verb, so I don't have a clue, I'm sorry...
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I've just had a look at that .pdf file.
Am I wrong, or that's almost 100 pages from a book? By when are you expected to have covered all those topics?
Have you read anything already?
What exactly is the homework? Studying the different types of clause?
Please give us some more details so that we can have an idea where to start and what to do in order to help.

By the way, there is not such a thing as a "non-finite verbless clause" in English. You have non-finite clauses (those that don't have a conjugated verb) *** verbless clauses (clauses that don't have a verb): two different types of clause.

Miriam
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http://uk.cambridge.org/assets/linguistics/cgel/chap14_contents.pdf

do you study in Shanghai international Study University?
I am.
that is the homework,right?
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