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|Miki||copula : 連結詞（the V "be", to link a S to its complement.)|
intransitive : Vi
transitive : Vt
particle : 不変化詞って何…。『副詞の一部・冠詞・前置詞・接続詞・間投詞など語尾変化のない品詞』
|Miki||onomatopoeia [α`nэmae`tэpi':э]n. onomatopoe(t)ic adj.|| |
|Amatuka||Need to change the definition of 'case particle' I think.|
"Attaches to a word to indicate what sort of relationship it has to the verb of the sentence."
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relative clause: A relative clause is a sub-sentence that modifies the noun (also known as 'noun head') it is placed before. For example 万足したユーザー. [mansoku shita yu-za-] A user who has been satisfied.
|Amatuka||nominative: The subject particle が is also referred to as the nominative an English grammar term defined as "Of, relating to, or being the case of the subject of a finite verb (as I in I wrote the letter) and of words identified with the subject of a copula, such as a predicate nominative"|| |
|Amatuka||Accusative: The object particle を [wo / o] is also referred to as the accusative an English grammar term defined as "Of, relating to, or being the grammatical case that is the direct object of a verb or the object of certain prepositions."|| |
|Amatuka||genitive: The possessive particle の is also referred to as the genitive an English grammar term defined as "1. Of, relating to, or being the grammatical case expressing possession, measurement, or source. |
2. Of or relating to an affix or construction, such as a prepositional phrase, characteristic of the genitive case."
|Amatuka||postposition marker: Various particles may be referred to as 'postposition markers'. This word is derived from the English grammar term preposition and indicates a marker placed after a substantive to indicate the relation of that substantive to a verb, adjective or other substantive.|| |
|Amatuka||predicator: The main constituent of a sentence - the verb or adjective at its end.|| |
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