Amrenererezh : diforc'h etre ar stummoù

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==Impersonal constructions==
{{main|Impersonal verb}}
In some cases (impersonal constructions), a proposition has no [[referent]] at all. Pro-drop languages deal naturally with these, whereas many non-pro-drop languages such as English and French have to fill in the syntactic gap by inserting a [[dummy pronoun]]. "''*Rains''" is not a correct sentence; a dummy "it" has to be added: ''It rains.'' In most Romance languages, however, "''Rains''" can be a sentence: Spanish "''Llueve''", Italian "''Piove''", Catalan "''Plou''", Portuguese "''Chove''", etc.
 
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