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This paper surveys the establishment of the clausal subjects as a distinct group of subordinate clauses. The evolution of their differentiation has been presented with respect to the formal presence or absence of the subject in the main clause. The most substantial theoretical views have been reviewed (up to the second half of XX century) that consider the conditions for the emergence of clausal subjects as well as the cases when their presence is obligatory for the structure of the sentence.doi:10.5281/zenodo.3874013 fatcat:g7octhw6wjcvxhm2tiritv5zre