Some articles on state:
... It has four derived forms kɔt (the absolute state grade) ket- (the nominal state grade), kot= (the pronominal state grade), and kɛt (the stative grade) ... The nominal state grade is also called the construct state in some grammars of Coptic.) The absolute, nominal, and pronominal state grades are used in ... The absolute state grade of a transitive verb is used before a direct object with the accusative preposition /ən, əm/, while the nominal state grade is used ...
Famous quotes containing the words state and/or neutral:
“Beluthahatchee is a country where all unpleasant doings and sayings are forgotten, a land of forgiveness and forgetfulness. When a woman accusingly reminds her man of something in the past, he replies, I thought that was in Beluthahatchee. Or a person may say to another, to dismiss some matter, Oh, thats in Beluthahatchee.”
—For the State of Florida, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“The seashore is a sort of neutral ground, a most advantageous point from which to contemplate this world. It is even a trivial place. The waves forever rolling to the land are too far-traveled and untamable to be familiar. Creeping along the endless beach amid the sun-squall and the foam, it occurs to us that we, too, are the product of sea-slime.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)