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nsubj: nominal subject

A nominal subject is a nominal phrase which is the syntactic subject of a clause; in Czech, the phrase is in the nominative cs-feat/Case. (See csubj for when the subject is clausal. See nsubj:pass and csubj:pass for when the subject is not the proto-agent argument due to valence changing operations.) The governor of the nsubj relation might not always be a verb: when the verb is a copular verb, the root of the clause is the complement of the copular verb, which can be an adjective or noun.

Novosvětskou symfonii napsal Antonín Dvořák . \n From-the-New-World Symphony wrote Antonín Dvořák .
nsubj(napsal, Dvořák-5)
nsubj(wrote, Dvořák-12)
Auto je červené . \n Car is red .
nsubj(červené, Auto)
nsubj(red, Car)

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