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nsubj: nominal subject

nsubj marks noun phrases that are the subject of a finite clause. In non-copular constructions, the head of an nsubj relation is typically a verb. Subjects need not necessarily be in the nominative case: other cases are often used to mark subjects, such as the ergative with the perfective aspect, or the dative for certain constructions.

मुलगा झोपतो . \n The boy sleeps .
nsubj(झोपतो, मुलगा)
nsubj(sleeps, boy)
मुलाने पुस्तक वाचले . \n The boy read the book .
nsubj(वाचले, मुलाने)
nsubj(read, boy)
मुलाला कंटाळ आला . \n The boy-to boredom came .
nsubj(आला, मुलाला)
nsubj(came, boy-to)

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