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mark: marker

A marker, mark, is the word introducing a finite clause subordinate to another clause, the mark is a dependent of the subordinate clause head.

# visual-style 7 4 mark	color:blue
# visual-style 4	bgColor:blue
# visual-style 4	fgColor:white
# visual-style 7	bgColor:blue
# visual-style 7	fgColor:white
1	Jo	_	PRON	PROper	_	3	nsubj	_	_
2	vos	_	PRON	PROper	_	3	iobj	_	_
3	cumant	_	VERB	VERcjg	_	0	root	_	_
4	qu'	_	SCONJ	CONsub	_	7	mark	_	_
5	en	_	ADP	PRE	_	6	case	_	_
6	Sarraguce	_	PROPN	NOMpro	_	7	obl	_	_
7	algez	_	VERB	VERcjg	_	3	ccomp	_	_

If the word introducing a non finite clause is a preposition, this word is mark, and not case.

# visual-style 7 4 mark	color:blue
# visual-style 4	bgColor:blue
# visual-style 4	fgColor:white
# visual-style 7	bgColor:blue
# visual-style 7	fgColor:white
1	si	_	ADV	ADVgen	_	2	advmod	_	_
2	cumencet	_	VERB	VERcjg	_	0	root	_	_
3	a	_	ADP	PRE	_	4	mark	_	_
4	penser	_	VERB	VERinf	_	2	xcomp	_	_


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