What is the funcition of "that" in this sentence?
The paper notes that conditions in the last warm period in the Atlantic are broadly similar to those observed now.
— BBC News, October 7, 2012.
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That is usually considered a conjunction when it doesn't refer back to a specific word (like relative pronouns) but introduces indirect/reported speech.
Thanks to an function called restrictive relative clauses. The word "that" is used to modify an adjective, noun, and pronoun. Like i said in a example.
An example found was the early 90s song "Nuthin But a "G" Thang"
Death Row is a label that pays me.
In this theory and the lyrics part, Snoop Dogg gave the part of the lyrics, while Dr. Dre formed Death Row Records.
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