Under the sub-title "State-of-being subclauses as Adjectives", the first line says "The negative, past, and negative past conjugations of VERBS can be used just like adjectives...". Shouldn't it be STATE-OF-BEING instead of VERBS?
I seem to understand that NON-Negative, NON-Past State-of-Being Subclauses canNOT be used as an adjective. To clarify, can we therefore use NON-Negative, NON-Past Verb Subordinate clauses as an adjective? (the confusion was caused by the possible error in the sentence I pointed out earlier) Your examples seem to use NON-neg, NON-past verb clauses as adjectives in the examples: ボブは、いつも勉強する人だ and 赤いズボンを買う友達はボブだ
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