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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|To be, in Tours|
|Basic French verb|
|To be, in Bordeaux|
|To be, in France|
|French 101 infinitive|
|Peut-___ (maybe, in France)|
|To be, in Toulouse|
|To be, in Toulon|
|Peut-___ (perhaps): Fr.|
|Etre might refer to|
In linguistics, the copula in some of the Romance languages, the equivalent of the verb to be in English, is relatively complex compared to many other languages. A copula is a word that links the subject of a sentence with a predicate (a subject complement). Whereas English has one main copula verb (and some languages like Russian mostly express the copula implicitly) some Romance languages have more complex forms.|
* Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and some other Romance languages, have more than one copula verb. This is because the verb or verbs meaning "to be" in the Romance languages are derived from three Latin verbs:* sedre "to sit" (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *sed-, as in English sit).
* esse "to be" (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *h1es-, as in English is) The verb esse was an irregular, suppletive verb, with some of its forms (e.g. fu "I was") taken from the Proto-Indo-European verb *bhuH- (as in English be).
* stre "to stand" or "to stay" (ultimately from Proto-Indo-Euro