verb phraseIt wouldn't show that the verb phrase wasn't a constituent.
finite verbfinite verb
transitive verbFor example, a transitive verb such as ‘find’ is a two-place function requiring a subject and an object.
main verbFor example, Standard English does not distinguish between do as a main verb and as an auxiliary verb:He did it, did he ?
verb formOne can also use flash cards and have, e.g., one card for each person, and one card for each verb form, according to person and tense, using a few different verbs.
verb formsJoos (1964: 52) exemplifies an approach which proposes two separate verb forms — the "infinitive" , which is always preceded by to, and the "presentative" , which is not.
verb phrasesIt happens that only the last of these verb phrases is standard English.
verb usedEven the particular part of the verb used is the same in both cases.
where the verbFor instance, in Harway (a Papuan language) where the verb is always final, a speaker/writer does not have the option of thematizing processes.
verb metaphorShe develops a typology according to the different parts of speech, and her analyses reveal a marked preference for the verb metaphor.
between a verbVoice is a grammatical category which defines the relationship between a verb and its subject.
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