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Characteristics and classification of verbs
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The classification of verb forms is closely related to the type of constructions in which they may occur. In addition, the relation between semantic subdivision and syntactic behaviour of Verb Phrases (VPs) is briefly discussed. More details about verbs and VPs can be found in Verbs and Verb Phrases in Frisian.

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