subj.


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subj.

abbr.
1. subject
2. subjective
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In these examples, we have the same surface structure, which we can schematize as SUBJ est X 'SUBJ is X', where X is a constituent that agrees in gender and number with the SUBJ.
Relaxing S allows VERB to occur freely with respect to SUBJ.
John will quickly wash FUT the dishes before his wife comes back PRES DU SUBJ.
In this description, jahghananta stands between the present) yanti in 2b and the subj.