The verbum substratum is commonly not subjoined.


But when the verbum substratum is used, CS uses asti, bhavati, vidyate, tiṣṭhati, vartate and the PPP gata.


Part in °ta and °tavant and Ger are frequently employed as if they were finite


The Subj of the sentence is not always expressed. Often it is implied by the .



The main feaures of Sanskrit style are:

There is a predilection for passive constructions.


Compound nouns are used to a great extent.


Sanskrit writers prefer using Part, Abs, Ger, Inf, Absolute L, etc. instead of finite .


Abstracts in ° or °tva may be made of any noun and are therefore freely available and often used, esp. denoting logical relations.


Oratorio recta is often used. Words and thoughts are related as they where spoken often marked with a following iti.


Rhetorical questions are much liked.


The system of correlation between relatives and demonstratives, though well developed in principle, is used in a rather basic way.