This feature is not currently coded in the Greek Morphological Lexicon. However, it can be applied to the Greek language. In this case, the table of the attribute-value set could take the following form:
|Attribute||Value||Gr. example||Gr. tag|
The verb `eimai' in Greek acts as a main, copular or auxiliary verb. In the majority of the cases, the linguistic context contributes to the resolution of the ambiguity:
``To vivlio einai panw sto trapezi'' (prep. - main)
``To vivlio einai teleiwmeno'' (past. part. - aux)
``To vivlio einai katharo'' (adj. - cop.)
The verb `ehw' acts both as an auxiliary and as a main verb. Again, the linguistic context serves for disambiguation purposes:
``O Ghiannys ehei spiti'' (noun - main)
``O Ghiannys ehei teleiwsei'' (inf. - aux)
Impersonal verbs are peculiar to the Greek language. Under this class, we include verbs used only in the third singular person, which do not take a subject. In the case of verbs denoting weather phenomena, there is no subject, while in the case of impersonal verbs denoting modality, these are followed by a secondary clause:
``O Kwstas prepei na fughei''
``O Kwstas kai y Ghianna prepei na fughoun''