SUBJ


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Related to SUBJ: Present Subjunctive, Subjunctive tense
AcronymDefinition
SUBJSubject
SUBJSubjunctive
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For instance, as noted in section 2 above, como + SUBJ cannot be used to express semantically generic conditionals.
Finally, the conventional semantic content proposed here for the como + SUBJ construction also provides the basis for a more coherent explanation for why this construction is used so frequently to perform conditional speech acts of warning and threatening.
John will meet FUT Mary before she gets married PRES DU SUBJ to Paul.
John will die FUT before his novel is completed PRES DU SUBJ.
I'll quickly wash FUT the dishes before my wife comes back PRES DU SUBJ.
John died PASSE COMP before his novel was completed PRES DU SUBJ.
John will quickly wash FUT the dishes before his wife comes back PRES DU SUBJ.
I will not wash FUT the dishes before/until my wife comes back PRES DU SUBJ.
Singular Plural 1 me `I' 1837 1 we `us' 1837 2 2 oonah 1863(16) 3 him SUBJ 1836 3 dem `they' 1863
Singular Plural 1 me `I' 1811, 1 (allo thisee man 1870)(18) my `I' -1830- 2 2 -(19) 3 he OBJ 1747, 3 them `they' 1841, they `them' 1915, him SUBJ 1830 alla man `they' (?
Singular Plural 1 me `I' 1816(21) 1 we `us' 1816 2 2 unu, una 1882 3 him `he/she' SUBJ 1820 3 dem `they' 1820
Singular Plural 1 me `I' -1795-, 1 you and me `we'/`us' 1842/1844, mine `I'/`me' 1842 me fellow `we'/`us' 1886, we two fellow 1891, us two fellow 1892, me two fellow 1893 2 2 you fellow 1866, you two fellow 1891 3 dat SUBJ + OBJ 1825, 3 (them `they' 1832),(22) that fellow SUBJ + OBJ altogether 1858, 1825, them fellow 1920 him SUBJ 1834, this fellow SUBJ 1865