Elliptical clause

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What is an elliptical clause & how do you know when its present? What word(s) can identify an elliptical clause, that you automatically know its one?

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An elliptical clause is a clause in which some words have been left out. Because of the pattern or logic of the entire sentence, it is clear what the missing words are.

 

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link comment answered Mar 04 '13 at 18:43 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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