Equative (definition)

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An 'equative clause' is a sentence which solely describes the subject contained within it (this inherently and inevitably uses a subject complement). Due to the nature of describing subjects, a copula is often used.

See Also

Copula (definition)

External Links

SIL entry on equative clause SIL entry on subject complement


SIL entry on equative clause