In linguistics, a copula is a word used to link the subject of a sentence with a
predicate (a subject complement), such as the word is in the sentence "The sky is
Jul 30, 2014 ... Linguistics ... The question arises both for languages with one copula and ... For
example, is the copula used in predicational copular clauses ...
at all in these clauses; in other languages there is a verbal copula joining the ...
cross-linguistic variation in the form and properties of copular clauses and ...
analyze the copula as a v or a V, i.e. as merged in the verb phrase. ... I am
grateful to the audience at the Oslo theoretical linguistics seminar for comments
Apr 22, 2014 ... Copular verbs are also referred to as linking verbs and copula. English Auxiliary
Verbs. The second type of verb in the English language is the ...
Proceedings of the 1999 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. 1.
Towards a Cross-linguistic Typology of Copula Constructions. TIMOTHY JOWAN
Be ("copula") links the subject of the clause to the following word that describes,
identifies, or locates the subject. Be has no particular meaning other than ...
Jan 1, 2002 ... a VP projection, and the (finite) copula that appears in English main clause ... The
linguistic typology of copulas is quite varied, ranging from ...
(linguistics, grammar) A word, usually a verb, used to link the subject of a
sentence with a predicate (usually a subject complement or an adverbial), that
unites or ...
copula linguistics approach. D.K. Rawal. Department of Mathematics, Mewar
University, Chittorgarh, India. Mangey Ram. Department of Mathematics, Graphic