Finite (definition)

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A finite clause is a clause whose verb/auxiliary bears tense inflection. For example, an English sentence I went to school is a finite clause because the verb went describes an action that happened in the past.

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  • Carnie, A. (2013) Syntax: A Generative Introduction. 3rd Edition. Wiley Blackwell.