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  • 61French verb morphology — This article is part of the series on: French language Langues d oïl Dialects Creoles Francophonie History Oaths of Strasbourg Ordinance of Villers Cotterêts Anglo Norman Grammar …

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  • 62Proto-Indo-European verb — The verbal system of the Proto Indo European language was a complex system that utilized multiple grammatical moods, voices, with words being conjugated according to number, and tense. The complex system of adding affixes to the base of a word… …

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  • 63Preterite-present verb — Following the convention in historical linguistics, this article marks unattested reconstructed words with an asterisk. The so called preterite present verbs are a small group of anomalous verbs in the Germanic languages in which the present… …

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  • 64East Germanic strong verb — See also the articles West Germanic strong verb and Germanic verb. Indo EuropeanThe Indo European vowel alternations could be as follows:* ei mdash; oi mdash; i * eu mdash; ou mdash; u * e mdash; o mdash; nullThese are all the same, being an… …

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  • 65Monotransitive verb — A monotransitive verb is a verb that takes two arguments: a subject and a single direct object. For example, the verbs buy, bite, break, and eat are monotransitive in English. Verbs are categorized in terms of transitivity (i. e. how many and… …

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  • 66Unaccusative verb — In linguistics, an unaccusative verb is an intransitive verb whose (syntactic) subject is not a (semantic) agent; that is, it does not actively initiate, or is not actively responsible for, the action of the verb. Unaccusative verbs thus contrast …

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  • 67Unergative verb — An unergative verb is an intransitive verb distinguished semantically by having an agent subject. For example, in English, run , talk and resign are unergative verbs (while fall and die are unaccusative).The motivation behind the label unergative …

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  • 68Ambitransitive verb — An ambitransitive verb is a verb that can be used both as intransitive or as transitive without requiring a morphological change. That is, the same verb form may or may not require a direct object. English has a large number of ambitransitive… …

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  • 69Anticausative verb — An anticausative verb is an intransitive verb that shows an event affecting its subject, while giving no semantic or syntactic indication of the cause of the event. The single argument of the anticausative verb (its subject) is a patient, that is …

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  • 70Regular verb — A regular verb is any verb whose conjugation follows the typical grammatical inflections of the language it belongs to.A verb that cannot be conjugated like this is called an irregular verb. All natural languages, to different extents, have a… …

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  • 71Georgian verb paradigm — This article is about the conjugation of verbs in the Georgian language (focused on examples). The reader is advised to see Georgian grammar, especially if not familiar with the language, before attempting to read this article. Georgian verb… …

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  • 72Non-finite verb — In linguistics, a non finite verb (or a verbal) is a verb form that is not limited by a subject and, more generally, is not fully inflected by categories that are marked inflectionally in language, such as tense, aspect, mood, number, gender, and …

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  • 73Dynamic verb — A dynamic or finitive verb is a verb that shows continued or progressive action on the part of the subject. This is the opposite of a stative verb. Dynamic verbs have duration, that is, they occur over time. This time may or may not have a… …

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  • 74Inchoative verb — An inchoative verb, sometimes called an inceptive verb, shows a process of beginning or becoming. Productive inchoative infixes exist in several languages, including Latin and Ancient Greek, and consequently some Romance languages. Not all verbs… …

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  • 75Japanese verb conjugations and adjective declensions — This page is a list of Japanese verb and adjective conjugations. Since these are almost all regular, they can all be included on one page. Japanese verb conjugation is the same for all subjects, first person ( I , we ), second person ( you , ye ) …

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  • 76Control verb — In linguistics, a control verb (also called an equi verb) is a verb that combines with (at least) one nominal complement and one verbal complement, such that the nominal complement corresponds to a semantic argument of both the control verb and… …

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  • 77Separable verb — A separable verb is a verb that is composed of a lexical verb root and a separable second root (particle). In some verb forms, the verb and the particle appear in one word, whilst in others the verb stem and the particle are separated. Note that… …

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  • 78Verb Subject Object — (VSO) is a term in linguistic typology. It represents one type of languages when classifying languages according to the sequence of these constituents in neutral expressions: Ate Sam oranges .Examples of languages with VSO word order include… …

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  • 79Verb Object Subject — In linguistic typology, Verb Object Subject or Verb Object Agent commonly used in its abbreviated form VOS or VOA represents the language classification type in which the following sequence of the three constituents, in neutral expressions, is… …

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  • 80Subject Object Verb — In linguistic typology, Subject Object Verb (SOV) is the type of languages in which the subject, object, and verb of a sentence appear or usually appear in that order. If English were SOV, then Sam oranges ate would be an ordinary sentence.… …

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