1participio masculinepast/present participle — participio pasado / pasivo/activo / (de) presente
- Like participles, adjectives and also some idiomatic preposition phrases, when used as adjuncts, need an understood subject (or, it might be better to say, a target of predication) to be filled in if they are to be understood.
- The end of the previous sentence itself contains an absolute clause with the participle being as its verb.
- Intransitive, transitive, causative forms, past and non-past tenses (there was no future tense in Old Tamil), participal and verbal nouns, adjectival participles and the infinitive are found in the language of the inscriptions.
- We don't tell each other what we think about anything - except about how prepositions or participles or relative pronouns function.
- Moreover, nouns express sorts of things, verbs and participles are tensed, pronouns are either demonstrative or relative.