(Timothy. Shopen 2007) mentioned that, there are at least four senses in which one can talk about clause or word types in a dialect. One way is within terms of the distinction between declarative, interrogative, important, and exclamatory sentences. A second sense of clause type is represented by the differentiation between main clause and subordinate clause, and among different kinds of subordinate clauses. Issues related to this sense are discussed in the chapters on subordination, A third sense of clause type concerns what sort of same event or situation can be discussed, from different perspectives, with grammatical results such as speech and pragmatic outcomes such as theme and target. The fourth sense, the one discussed, involves different kinds of clauses in terms of their internal structure, primarily surrounding different types of predicates.