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As clause of type
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Free relative clauses may be used as clauses of type.

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The free relative pronoun of type is sa'tlike. An example is given below:

Example 1

Sa't hy se skriuwt, binne se it moaist
like he them writes are they the most.beautiful
As he writes them, they are the most beautiful
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