In the chapter on copy connections we began to see the amazing ability of language to take simple elements and combine them in various ways. Just the same, many students of Junction Grammar (JG) feel that the method of joining or linking statements described in this chapter is the most exciting.

You now understand how sentences can be conjoined by using a copy connection of the SV. We will now learn how statements can be interconnected. Sometimes this is also called interjunction. People do this to make it clear what or who they are referring to.  Interconnections can occur at each of the label points, whether it be on the N, V, PV or SV or, for that matter, any of the other labels that are used.

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