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mark: marker

A marker is the subordinating conjunction introducing a finite clause subordinate to another clause. The mark is a dependent of the subordinate clause head.

Nevěděl jsem , že umíš německy . \n Not-know I-did , that you-can-speak German .
mark(umíš, že)
mark(you-can-speak, that)
Zboží odešleme , jakmile peníze dorazí na náš účet . \n Goods we-will-dispatch , as-soon-as money arrive at our account .
mark(dorazí, jakmile)
mark(arrive, as-soon-as)

Note that the subordinating conjunction should not be confused with relative pronouns and adverbs. These fill a valency slot in the frame of the subordinate predicate, and are labeled according to their role in the frame, they are not mark:

Rád bych věděl , kdy peníze dorazí na náš účet . \n Like-to I-would know , when money arrive at our account .
advmod(dorazí, kdy)
advmod(arrive, when)

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