- rdf:value "04.08.08.006.02.03"
- rdfs:comment "A converb is a nonfinite verb form whose main function is to mark adverbial subordination. It is part of the inflectional paradigm of verbs, lacks specifications for tense (-aspect) and mood as well as for agreement, and generally modifies verbs, clauses or sentences, but not nouns or noun phrases.
Haspelmath, M. (1995). The converb as a cross-linguistically valid category. In M. Haspelmath & E. König (Eds.), Converbs in Cross-Linguistic Perspective (pp. 1-55). Berlin/ New York: de Greuyter." @en
- rdfs:label "Converb" @en
- rdfs:label "Konverb" @de
- skos:prefLabel "Converb" @en
- skos:prefLabel "Konverb" @de