Difference between revisions of "Copula (definition)"

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*Cha mhise Ealasaid
*Cha mhise Ealasaid
*Chan ise Peigi
*Chan ise Peigi
<small> examples taken from Fisher (2004)</small>
<small>Gaelic examples taken from Fisher (2004)</small>
==See Also==
==See Also==

Revision as of 11:59, 14 October 2009


A copula is a functional verb used to connect the subject to a predicate.


to be
to become
to seem

  • Cò thusa
  • Is mise Mòrag
  • An tusa Ealasaid
  • Cha mhise Ealasaid
  • Chan ise Peigi

Gaelic examples taken from Fisher (2004)

See Also

External Links

Copula from Wikipedia


Fisher, Muriel (2004) Scottish Gaelic: Level 1. Each-Mara Publications
Copula from Wikipedia