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  suffixer
  suggérer
  suggestion
  sui-référence
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  suivant
  suivi (de)
sujet1
  sujet2
  sujet apparent
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subject1

Fr    sujet

nS

Antonym(s): predicate1

Type of: grammatical function, grammatical relation

Related term(s): actor1, agent, anti-subject, first argument, prime actant, sentence topic, subjective1, theme, topic

Source(s): Akmajian etal. 1984: 179-180, 188 (subject frame); Anderson 1971: 8; Anderson 1977: 21; Beaugrande & Dressler 1981: 67-68; Clark & Clark 1977: 33-34; Colapietro 1993: 188-189; Collinge 1990: 283-284; Comrie 1981: 98ff. (also "subjecthood"); Cook 1969: 67 (subject tagmeme); Croft 1990: 13; Crystal 2003: 441-442; Dik 1978: 87-88; Dineen 1967: 264-265; Dixon 1994: 111ff.; Doke 1935: 202 (also "definite subject", "indefinite subject", "subject in apposition"); Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 210, 213; Eggins 1994: 20; ELL: 5176 (also "subject expression"); ES: 5-8; Finch 2000: 109-110; Givon 1984: 136-137 (also "access-to-subject"); Greimas 1983[trans.]: 202-203; Grimes 1975: 116; Grosse 1977: 162 (positive subject, negative subject); Haegeman 1991: 105; Halliday 1994: 30, 72-73; Hamp 1963: 55; Hartmann & Stork 1972: 224; Kuno 1987: 73-74 (accessible subject); Longacre 1983: 37; Lyons 1971: 334f.; Lyons 1977: 500-501; Martin & Ringham 2006: 192-193 (also "subject of doing", "subject of state"); Martinet 1964[trans.]: 117; Matthews 1981: 97-98; Matthews 1997: 358-359 (also "subject clause"); Nash 1968: 38 (compound subject), 217 (simple subject), 231; Nöth 1990: 372; Palmatier 1972: 171; Pei & Gaynor 1954: 205 (also "subject word"); Pike & Pike 1982: 44; Quirk etal. 1985: 78-79; Radford 1988: 112-113, 313 (subjectless), 319 (also "Subject Expression", "Subject Idiom Chunk"), 552 (Clausal Subject Principle); Richards etal. 1992: 361; Ruwet 1973[trans.]: 280; Searle 1969: 119; Trask 1993: 266-267 (also "subject-prominent language"); Wales 1989: 439-441

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  stylometry
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