subj


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subj.

1. subject.
2. subjective.
3. subjectively.
4. subjunctive.
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In (8), the verb forcer is a predicate with three arguments, to be realized, respectively, by the f-structures of the SUBJ, OBJ, and XCOMP.
In (9), the empty slots of the predicate in (8) are filled by the f-structures of the SUBJ, OBJ, and XCOMP, referenced respectively by indices 1, 25, and 29.
SUBJ RefPron DOproni AUX PParti DO Maria e se lai sono mangiatai <begin Paola strikethrough> una melai.
SUBJ VERB DIRECT OBJECT Case: NOM ACCUSATIVE Theta-role: AGENT VERB THEME/PATIENT (13) INTRANSITIVE [Gianni [telefona [[empty set]]].
As FRAME is not part of [CTYPE, SUB J], the result means that, taking the three variables CTYPE, SUBJ, and FRAME together, only the first two are statistically dependent on each other.
Formal disambiguators in OVS, OSV, and SVO sentences (10) Variables involved Statistical model CTYPE, SUBJ, FRAME [CTYPE, SUBJ] CTYPE, SUBJ [CTYPE, SUBJ] REV, NP, FRAME, PREP [REV, NP] Variables involved Percent distribution of nonambiguous NPs CTYPE, SUBJ, FRAME [OVS.
For example, the diagram shows explicitly that SUBJ may occur first, or follow VERB, or follow both VERB and OBJ, Though the number of constituents is the same, the number of transitions have multiplied.
Like the conditionals described in the latter languages, conditionals marked by como + SUBJ are used primarily in pragmatically "negative" contexts, and specifically where an undesirable condition in the protasis is put forward as causing or enabling a resulting undesirable consequence in the apodosis.
As for John, he quickly bought/has bought PASSE COMP a car before the prices rose/rise PRES DU SUBJ.
Singular Plural 1 me `I' -1785- 1 awwe `we, us' -1785-, we `us' 1996, awe ye `we' (exclusive) -1785- 2 -(4) 2 aw you -1785- 3 (him SUBJ 1934),(5) 3 dem `they' -1785- he OBJ -1785-