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POS tags

Open class words Closed class words Other
ADJ ADP PUNCT
ADV AUX SYM
INTJ CCONJ X
NOUN DET
PROPN NUM
VERB PART
PRON
SCONJ

ADJ: adjective

Description

Adjectives typically modify nouns. In Basque, the adjective follows the noun, although some of them precede it.

Examples

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ADP: adposition

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ADV: adverb

Description

Adverbs are words that typically modify adjectives, verbs or other adverbs for such categories as time, place, direction or manner. In Basque, the free word order allows the averbs to appear on either side of the verb.

Examples

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AUX: auxiliary verb

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CCONJ: coordinating conjunction

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DET: determiner

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INTJ: interjection

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NOUN: noun

Definition

Nouns are a part of speech typically denoting a person, place, thing, animal or idea.

Examples

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NUM: numeral

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PART: particle

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PRON: pronoun

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PROPN: proper noun

Definition

A proper noun is a noun (or nominal content word) that is the name (or part of the name) of a specific individual, place, or object.

Examples

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PUNCT: punctuation

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SCONJ: subordinating conjunction

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SYM: symbol

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VERB: verb

A verb is a member of the syntactic class of words that typically signal events and actions, can constitute a minimal predicate in a clause, and govern the number and types of other constituents which may occur in the clause.

The tag VERB is reserved for full lexical verbs, while auxiliary verbs are tagged [AUX]. In Basque, there are two types of main verbs:

Examples

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X: other

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