[ Skip to the content ]

Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics Wiki


[ Back to the navigation ]

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Last revision Both sides next revision
user:zeman:interset:verb-forms [2008/04/05 15:34]
zeman Subjunctive.
user:zeman:interset:verb-forms [2008/08/08 21:37]
ptacek passive infinitives
Line 34: Line 34:
 | Portuguese | infinitive, indicative, imperative, subjunctive,​ conditional,​ present, past, pluperfect | | Portuguese | infinitive, indicative, imperative, subjunctive,​ conditional,​ present, past, pluperfect |
 | Swedish | indicative, imperative, subjunctive,​ infinitive; present, past, supine; active, passive | | Swedish | indicative, imperative, subjunctive,​ infinitive; present, past, supine; active, passive |
 +
  
 ===== Infinitive ===== ===== Infinitive =====
Line 53: Line 54:
   * Swedish infinitive mark is //att//   * Swedish infinitive mark is //att//
  
-In DZ Interset, infinitive is decoded as ''​verbform = inf''​. This value is set even for the English base verb form, although it is not certain whether the form is used as infinitive, or imperative. Mood, tense and voice are usually empty. Czech infinitives set the feature ''​negativeness''​. Portuguese infinitives can be mildly conjugated. I think I may have seen active/​passive infinitives but I am not sure where.+In DZ Interset, infinitive is decoded as ''​verbform = inf''​. This value is set even for the English base verb form, although it is not certain whether the form is used as infinitive, or imperative. Mood, tense and voice are usually empty. Czech infinitives set the feature ''​negativeness''​. Portuguese infinitives can be mildly conjugated. I think I may have seen active/​passive infinitives but I am not sure where. ​[in Encyklopedický slovník češtiny p.180? //být psán, být bit//]
  
 ===== Finite ===== ===== Finite =====

[ Back to the navigation ] [ Back to the content ]