Verb-stagañ : diforc'h etre ar stummoù

Mont d’ar merdeerezh Mont d’ar c’hlask
234 okted lamet ,  15 vloaz zo
D
Diverradenn ebet eus ar c'hemm
(lañs)
 
DNo edit summary
{{LabourAChom}}
 
Er [[yezhoniezh]] e vez implijet an termen '''verb-stagañ''' ([[Saozneg|saoz]]: [[:en:Copula|''copula'']]) evit komz eus ur [[verb]] implijet evit liammañ [[Rener (yezhoniezh)|rener]] ur [[frazenn]] ouzh [[przegad]] ar frazenn.
 
The term is generally used to refer to the main copular verb in the language: in the case of English, this is "'''to be'''". It can also be used to refer to all such verbs in the language: in that case, English copulas include "to be", "to become", "to get", "to feel", and "to seem". Other verbs have secondary uses as copulative verbs, as ''fall'' in "The zebra fell victim to the lion."
is a word used to link the [[subject (grammar)|subject]] of a [[sentence (linguistics)|sentence]] with a [[predicate (grammar)|predicate]] (a [[Complement (linguistics)#Subject complements|subject complement]] or an [[adverbial]]). Although it might not itself express an action or condition, it serves to equate (or associate) the subject with the predicate. The word 'copula' originates from the [[Latin]] [[noun]] for a "link or tie" that connects two different things (for a short history of the copula see the appendix to Moro 1997 and references cited there).
 
Although it might not itself express an action or condition, it serves to equate (or associate) the subject with the predicate.
A copula is sometimes (though not always) a [[verb]] or a verb-like part of speech.
 
Daoust ha ma vez implijet verboù pe elfennoù verbheñvel evit liammañ ar rener ouzh ar prezegad e c'hell [[Yezh|yezhoù]] zo implijout [[Rumamd yezhadur|rummadoù yezhadur]] all.
The term is generally used to refer to the main copular verb in the language: in the case of English, this is "'''to be'''". It can also be used to refer to all such verbs in the language: in that case, English copulas include "to be", "to become", "to get", "to feel", and "to seem". Other verbs have secondary uses as copulative verbs, as ''fall'' in "The zebra fell victim to the lion."
 
 
36 397

edits

Lañser merdeiñ