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Bliuwestay (a copula of location and duration)
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The copula of staying selects Verb Phrases (VPs) which are headed by the following verb forms: a bare infinitive, a to-infinitive and present participle.

In addition, the following phenomenon is discussed: the copula of staying is accompanied by a to-infinitival clause of purpose.

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    morphology
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      [65%] Frisian > Morphology > Inflection > Verbs
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