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Synonyms for participle

a non-finite form of the verb

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Bjorck (1940:17) has drawn attention to the fact that the participles that occur in adjectival periphrasis can often be used in the comparative and superlative degrees, and/or as adverbs.
The Italian passato prossimo is a compound tense formed with the present tense of an auxiliary verb (essere or avere) followed by the past participle of the verb being used.
Going through the Farsi translations of the novel, one can find that although Taheri has made an attempt to keep the participles in Farsi, in many cases the present participles have been changed into tensed sentences, neutralizing the function these tenseless devices serve in bridging the past to the present.
The l-participle is an active participle, which means that it presents the energy having left the source domain.
Furthermore, Hinuq has numerous verb forms that occur in dependent clauses (converbs, participles, etc.
pass]] is also a derived order but one that, according to the authors, results from the failure of (English) passive participles to raise to a position higher than the position that objects must arguably raise to.
By means of the load command, we load the analyzer (stored in the fst-morph binary file) and then, by means of the up command, we apply it to the analysis of some French participles.
For the most part Maier correctly distinguishes the genuine examples of possessive denominal want- from other homonymous formations: 1) verbal past participles (especially but not exclusively to stems in -un-); 2) -ant- extensions to adjectives in -u- or -wa-; 3) "ergatives" to neuter stems in -u-or -au-.
Although modern Chinese participles have made a great progress, The Chinese is totally difficult and cannot easily adapt to human's thoughts and have further development.
Unmasking the murderer proves much more challenging than finding dangling participles, so Em recruits fellow English professor Lenny Jenkins for assistance.
While I didn't appreciate the dinner-time lessons on possessive pronouns and past participles (please don't ask me to define them), I am now thankful that I can (usually) string a sentence together.
7]), onomasiologically adjacent with past participles, end in either of the two allomorphic variants -able or/and -ible.
The Italian renderings are past participles usually followed by a PP, as in (2)-(4).
To ensure that all of my present participles are being used correctly, I use my word processor's Find-and-Replace feature to highlight every instance of the character string ing.
Regular verbs use predictable forms for their tenses and participles (Figure 25.
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