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Intransitive complementive predication
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Intransitive complementive predication involves the copular use of an intransitive verb with an Adposition Phrase (PP). The intransitive verb may be an aspectual verb of being such as wêzeto be, lizzeto lie or an aspectual verb of becoming such as wurdeto become, reitsjeto get. It can also be a modal verb such as moattemust or a a motional verb used as a resultative such as dûnsjeto dance. The last option is that it is an evidential verb such as lykjeto appear.

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