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Japanese and Korean could provide similar examples, and the definition of subordination poses further problems. There are linguists who suggest that a reduction of the domain of the term converb to adverbials does not fit language reality e. Slater Converb In theoretical linguistics , a converb abbreviated cvb is a non-finite verb form that serves to express adverbial subordination : notions like 'when', 'because', 'after' and 'while'.
Etymology The term was coined for Mongolian by Ramstedt and until recently, it was used mostly by specialists of Mongolic and Turkic languages to describe non-finite verbs that could be used for both coordination or subordination. Description A converb depends syntactically on another verb form, but is not its argument. Converbs in cross-linguistic perspective.
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