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ccomp: clausal complement

A clausal complement of a verb or adjective is a dependent clause where the subject is not determined by obligatory control, either because the clause has its own overt subject or because the subject is arbitrary or determined anaphorically. (This contrasts with the xcomp relation, which is used for clausal complements with obligatory control.)

POJKE VISA JA@ub@z PEK.FL FUNGERA SÅ KÖK VATTEN TÄNDA ALLTIHOP \n The boy showed: well, these things work like this, the kitchen, the water, the lights, everything
ccomp(VISA, FUNGERA)

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