Doabi's end sentences with "aa" (present tense) and "sigey" (past —tense), instead of "han" (present tense) and "san" or "si" (past tense). "Aiddan", "Jiddan", "Kiddan" are all commonly used adverbs in Doabi as opposed to the "Istaran", "Jistaran", Kistaran" used in Punjabi's prestige dialect, Majhi.
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... there it made its way into English grammars, where it is applied directly to the analysis of sentence structure ... The predicate is one of the two main parts of a sentence (the other being the subject, which the predicate modifies) ... The predicate must contain a verb, and the verb requires, permits, or precludes other sentence elements to complete the predicate ...
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... analysis of subject-auxiliary inversion, and of inversion in general, challenges many theories of sentence structure, in particular, those theories based on phrase structure ... The standard declarative sentence is divided into two immediate constituents, a subject NP and a predicate VP ... The canonical predicate is underlined in the following sentences a ...
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