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VerbForm: form of verb or deverbative

Principally, VerbForm is an inflectional feature of verbs and auxiliaries, however, it is also used as a lexical feature of some adjectives and adverbs.

Fin: finite verb

Verbs that have a non-empty Mood are considered finite.

Examples

Inf: infinitive

Infinitive is the citation form of verbs and it appears as the argument of modal and other verbs.

Examples

Sup: supine

Supine is a rare verb form, which has disappeared from most of the other Slavic languages. It is used instead of infinitive as the argument of motion verbs.

Examples

Part: participle

Participle is a non-finite verb form that shares properties of verbs and adjectives. We distinguish two groups of participles: l-participles that can either be classified as verbs or adjectives, and all other participles (usually ending in , -n, or -t) that are always classified as adjectives, regardless of whether they are used as attributes or predicates.

As verbs, L-participles are used to form the past and future tense, and the conditional mood in present or past tense. As adjectives, both groups of participles can be used either as noun attributes (ukradena denarnica “stolen wallet”), as subject complements (denarnica je ukradena “the wallet is stolen”) or in passive constructions (denarnica je bila ukradena “the wallet has been stolen”).

Examples

Conv: converb / adverbial participle

The converb, also called adverbial participle, is a non-finite verb form that shares properties of verbs and adverbs. In Slovenian, converbs are always tagged as adverbs.

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Conversion from JOS

All verbs with feature VForm=present, VForm=future, VForm=conditional and VForm=imperative are converted to UD VerbForm=Fin. All verbs with VForm=Infinitive are converted to UD VerbForm=Inf, all verbs with VForm=Supine are converted to UD VerbForm=Sup, and all verbs with VForm=Participle are converted to UD VerbForm=Part. Additionally, all adjectives with Type=participle are converted to UD VerbForm=Part and all adverbs with Type=participle are converted to UD VerbForm=Conv.

Note that gerunds are currently marked as nouns and do not have a special VerbForm feature to distinguish them from other common nouns.


VerbForm in other languages: [akk] [bej] [bg] [bm] [cs] [cu] [cy] [en] [fi] [fr] [ga] [gub] [gun] [hu] [hy] [it] [kpv] [la] [orv] [pcm] [ru] [sl] [sv] [tr] [tt] [u] [uk] [urj]