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ccomp: clausal complement

A clausal complement of a verb or adjective is a dependent clause with an internal subject which functions like an object of the verb or adjective.

He says that you like to swim
ccomp(says, like)
mark(like, that)
He says you like to swim
ccomp(says, like)
I am certain that he did it 
ccomp(certain, did) 
mark(did, that) 
The boss said to start digging
ccomp(said, start)
mark(start, to)

See this page for additional explanation and examples.


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