COMPONENT ANALYSIS OF SIMPLE SENTENCES WITH THE PARTICIPLE VERB + VERB (IMPERSONAL FORM)
Keywords:Qualitative, substantive, procedural, qualitative
Through this article, I will explain how substantial categorical syntaxes are expressed as non-categorical-differential syntactic-semantic features, which are identified and identified in a different way from other categorical features, ie procedural and qualitative. In addition, it gives information about the places where it comes and is expressed in substantive speech.
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