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Synonyms for participle

a non-finite form of the verb

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It should be possible to check the hypothesis by comparing the relative frequencies of inflected and uninflected participles over time.
In many cases, they are structurally identical to agent-marked participles.
These syntactic properties indicate that they are not agent nouns but deverbal nominalizations comparable in syntactic behavior to English "ACC-ing" (11) I I nominalizations and Vedic active participles.
To generalise on this basis that all present participles used for adjectival periphrasis are adjectivised, is contestable, to say the least.
First of all, the passato prossimo requires the formation of the past participle of the main verb, or the verb being used.
The study revealed that deviations in translation occurred mostly in reproducing the present participles and back shifted tenses; that is, the grammatical features of free indirect discourse.
Pronominal adjectives and participles are peculiar to the Lithuanian language and are often used as determinants in terms, e.
This study is thus a variation of Wagner (2002) since it examines the perfective-imperfective distinction but focuses on adjectival participles.
Chapter 7 groups together adverbs, participles and verbal nouns.
Stolz (1991:45-49) considers the use of participles in indirectal meaning the principal shared characteristics of the Baltic language area.
Suppose that there is a general condition on passive participles that they be assigned Spice.
A boy of my kind who didn't care too much about gerunds and participles, started looking forward to school.
Learn your irregular past participles if you want to speak properly
The study treats rivalry among synonyms in Old English, the reflexive construction, impersonal uses of verbs of motion, verbs with preposed or postposed elements, auxiliary verbs, present and past participles, and loan verbs of motion.
ALTHOUGH IT IS THE PRESENT TENSE that predominates in Jacques Lovichi's Les derniers retranchements (chosen from some thirty years of production, 1965-1995), his poetry moves in a timeless realm of myth suggested by the long nominal chains and the frequent infinitives (he titles one poem "Infini[tifs]s presents") and by the many past and present participles doing dual duty as adjectives and verb forms cut off (retranchees) from temporal signification.
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