Definition of Adpositions. Meaning of Adpositions. Synonyms of Adpositions

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Definition of Adpositions

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Meaning of Adpositions from wikipedia

- (case spreading), but an adposition only appears once; A language can have hundreds of adpositions (including complex adpositions), but no language has that...
- from ****anese, where the case markers perform a role similar to that of adpositions: a. ..mise ni store to = 'to the store' b. ..ie kara house from = 'from...
- The particles of the Proto-Indo-European language (PIE) have been reconstructed by modern linguists based on similarities found across all Indo-European...
- Kholosi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in two villages in southern Iran that was first described in 2008. At its current status, the language is considered...
- Chinese. They are extremely poor in adpositions: serial verb constructions replace most functions of adpositions in languages like English. For example...
- finally, the nominal element in an adpositional phrases with certain adpositions. The examples below are from Pirejko 1976 REFL:reflexive pronoun PRST:present...
- In linguistics, a compound is a lexeme (less precisely, a word or sign) that consists of more than one stem. Compounding, composition or nominal composition...
- append one of the Adpositions below, then append the coverb/verb with the suffix "-ing" or "-ingly" In many languages the Adposition fuses with a verb...
- puero" (without the boy, "puero" being the ablative form of "puer". A few adpositions, however, govern a noun in the genitive (such as "gratia" and "tenus")...
- are not limited to direct objects, indirect objects, and arguments of adpositions (prepositions or postpositions); the latter are more accurately termed...