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complementizer
Complementizers mark the beginning of an independent clause, i.e. a fact, event, or phenomenon that has some utility or relevance to the parent sentence. The syntax, as for the dependent clauses created by relativizers, is verb-final:

<complementizer> <complement arguments> <complement verb>

The complementizer, unlike relativizers, inflect according to their own role in the parent sentence. This is because the complementizer itself is also a relative pronoun.

The following dictionary entries are tagged complementizer:


éha, n. Ketalán equivalent to tsu.
este, n. Say.
hedíu, n. About, regarding, in the matter speaking of (complementizer form; see also hedí and hedu).
tsu, n. The event of.