The impersonal form

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The impersonal form

Postby IpseDixit » 2017-10-31, 9:52

(en) you / one

(fr) on (+3rd singular person)
(it) si (+3rd singular person)
(lld) se or an depending on the dialect (+3rd singular person)

(he) 1st plural masculine person of the verb, without personal pronoun

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Re: The impersonal form

Postby Linguaphile » 2017-10-31, 13:31

(en) you (+2nd person) / one (+3rd person singular)

(es) se (+3rd person singular) / uno (+3rd person singular)
(fr) on (+3rd singular person)
(it) si (+3rd singular person)
(lld) se or an depending on the dialect (+3rd singular person)

(he) 1st plural masculine person of the verb, without personal pronoun

(et) suffixes: -takse/-dakse/-akse (present tense); -ti/-di (past tense)

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Re: The impersonal form

Postby Car » 2017-10-31, 13:55

(de) man (+3rd person singular)
(en) you (+2nd person) / one (+3rd person singular)

(es) se (+3rd person singular) / uno (+3rd person singular)
(fr) on (+3rd singular person)
(it) si (+3rd singular person)
(lld) se or an depending on the dialect (+3rd singular person)

(he) 1st plural masculine person of the verb, without personal pronoun

(et) suffixes: -takse/-dakse/-akse (present tense); -ti/-di (past tense)
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Re: The impersonal form

Postby linguoboy » 2017-10-31, 17:08

NB: "third person singular" is can be conventionally abbreviated to "3S" under Leipzig glossing rules.

(de) man (+3rd person singular)
(en) you (+2nd person) / one (+3rd person singular) / people (+3rd person plural)

(cy) (impersonal conjugation)
(ga) (impersonal conjugation)

(ca) es/s' (+3rd person singular/plural[*]) / hom (+3rd person singular)
(es) se (+3rd person singular) / uno (+3rd person singular)
(fr) on (+3rd person singular)
(it) si (+3rd person singular)
(lld) se or an depending on the dialect (+3rd singular person)

(he) 1st person masculine plural, without personal pronoun

(et) suffixes: -takse/-dakse/-akse (present tense); -ti/-di (past tense)

[*] Depending on the number of the formal subject, which corresponds to the object of a personal sentence.
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Re: The impersonal form

Postby h34 » 2020-11-20, 20:35

linguoboy wrote:NB: "third person singular" is can be conventionally abbreviated to "3S" under Leipzig glossing rules.


(da) man + finite verb
(de) man +3rd person singular / colloquial: du + 2S
(en) you (+2nd person) / one (+3rd person singular) / people (+3rd person plural)
(sv) man + finite verb

(cy) (impersonal conjugation)
(ga) (impersonal conjugation)

(ca) es/s' (+3rd person singular/plural[*]) / hom (+3rd person singular)
(es) se (+3rd person singular) / uno (+3rd person singular)
(fr) on (+3rd person singular)
(it) si (+3rd person singular)
(lld) se or an depending on the dialect (+3rd singular person)

(ru) 3P, without personal pronoun / 2S, without personal pronoun

(lv) 3rd person (no singular/plural distinction), without personal pronoun

(he) 1st person masculine plural, without personal pronoun

(et) suffixes: -takse/-dakse/-akse (present tense); -ti/-di (past tense)

[*] Depending on the number of the formal subject, which corresponds to the object of a personal sentence
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Re: The impersonal form

Postby Multiturquoise » 2020-12-20, 12:55

Turkish

(da) man + finite verb
(de) man +3rd person singular / colloquial: du + 2S
(en) you (+2nd person) / one (+3rd person singular) / people (+3rd person plural)
(sv) man + finite verb

(cy) (impersonal conjugation)
(ga) (impersonal conjugation)

(ca) es/s' (+3rd person singular/plural[*]) / hom (+3rd person singular)
(es) se (+3rd person singular) / uno (+3rd person singular)
(fr) on (+3rd person singular)
(it) si (+3rd person singular)
(lld) se or an depending on the dialect (+3rd singular person)

(ru) 3P, without personal pronoun / 2S, without personal pronoun

(lv) 3rd person (no singular/plural distinction), without personal pronoun

(he) 1st person masculine plural, without personal pronoun

(et) suffixes: -takse/-dakse/-akse (present tense); -ti/-di (past tense)

(tr) verb root + -ıl-/-il-/-ul-/-ül- + tense suffix [**]

[*] Depending on the number of the formal subject, which corresponds to the object of a personal sentence
[**] Vowel harmony rules apply.


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