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## Treebank Statistics: UD_English-ParTUT: POS Tags: `PRON`

There are 43 `PRON` lemmas (1%), 56 `PRON` types (1%) and 1993 `PRON` tokens (4%). Out of 17 observed tags, the rank of `PRON` is: 9 in number of lemmas, 9 in number of types and 9 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent `PRON` lemmas: it, that, he, i, we, which, they, you, this, who

The 10 most frequent `PRON` types: it, I, we, that, which, he, you, they, this, who

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: that (SCONJ 324, PRON 218, DET 59, ADJ 2), which (PRON 180, DET 3), they (PRON 155, ADJ 1), you (PRON 131, DET 50), this (DET 337, PRON 90, ADJ 1), all (DET 56, PRON 49, ADV 2), what (PRON 38, DET 4), us (DET 60, PRON 36), one (NUM 58, PRON 31, DET 2, NOUN 1), other (ADJ 76, PRON 25)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: I (PRON 191, ADJ 2), that (SCONJ 323, PRON 174, DET 34), which (PRON 180, DET 3), this (DET 221, PRON 42, ADJ 1), all (DET 52, PRON 41, ADV 2), what (PRON 27, DET 3), those (PRON 35, DET 18), one (NUM 51, PRON 27, DET 2, NOUN 1), some (DET 26, PRON 18), these (DET 62, PRON 6)

• I
• PRON 191: I should like to address one final point .
• ADJ 2: Annexes I to IX and the Appendices thereto shall form an integral part of this Protocol .
• that
• SCONJ 323: And what ‘s that ?
• PRON 174: But here is a mushroom that ‘s past its prime .
• DET 34: It ‘s that pyramid .
• which
• PRON 180: We therefore accept the four amendments which have been proposed .
• DET 3: It is not clear for which companies Shakespeare wrote his early plays .
• this
• DET 221: We are badly behind now in this matter .
• PRON 42: Mr Berenguer Fuster , we shall check all this .
• ADJ 1: 19 ) Chapter 6 of the Commission ‘s “ Communication on Environmental Agreements at Community level within the Framework of the Action Plan on the Simplification and Improvement of the Regulatory Environment “ could provide useful guidance when assessing self-regulation by industry in the context of this Directive .
• all
• DET 52: In fact , all hell broke loose in some municipalities in my province .
• PRON 41: Mr Berenguer Fuster , we shall check all this .
• ADV 2: Projects implemented with support from the Union have had their effect watered down all too often by slow decision making and complicated administrative processes .
• what
• PRON 27: And what ‘s that ?
• DET 3: If I allow subscribers , what updates will they see ?
• those
• PRON 35: Many of his novels were initially serialized , like those of Dickens .
• DET 18: And some of those whale meat samples were whale meat .
• one
• NUM 51: I should like to address one final point .
• PRON 27: I love a challenge , and saving the Earth is probably a good one .
• DET 2: This was the first book Balzac released under his own name , and it gave him what one critic called “ passage into the Promised Land “ .
• NOUN 1: The late romances , with their shifts in time and surprising turns of plot , inspired a last poetic style in which long and short sentences are set against one another , clauses are piled up , subject and object are reversed , and words are omitted , creating an effect of spontaneity .
• some
• DET 26: In fact , all hell broke loose in some municipalities in my province .
• PRON 18: And we also are eating meat that comes from some of these same places .
• these
• DET 62: And inside these wells , then microbial communities begin to form .
• PRON 6: But these are essentially externalized stomachs and lungs .

## Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of `PRON` is 1.302326 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.198487).

The 1st highest number of forms (4) was observed with the lemma “us”: our, ours, ourselves, us.

The 2nd highest number of forms (3) was observed with the lemma “he”: he, him, himself.

The 3rd highest number of forms (3) was observed with the lemma “they”: them, themselves, they.

`PRON` occurs with 6 features: PronType (1993; 100% instances), Number (1313; 66% instances), Person (1263; 63% instances), Gender (223; 11% instances), Poss (8; 0% instances), NumType (6; 0% instances)

`PRON` occurs with 14 feature-value pairs: `Gender=Fem`, `Gender=Masc`, `NumType=Ord`, `Number=Plur`, `Number=Sing`, `Person=1`, `Person=2`, `Person=3`, `Poss=Yes`, `PronType=Dem`, `PronType=Ind`, `PronType=Int`, `PronType=Prs`, `PronType=Rel`

`PRON` occurs with 27 feature combinations. The most frequent feature combination is `PronType=Rel` (409 tokens). Examples: which, that, who, what, where, whom, whose, when, whereby

## Relations

`PRON` nodes are attached to their parents using 19 different relations: nsubj (1222; 61% instances), obj (242; 12% instances), obl (146; 7% instances), nsubj:pass (127; 6% instances), nmod (109; 5% instances), expl (70; 4% instances), iobj (22; 1% instances), root (21; 1% instances), conj (19; 1% instances), advmod (2; 0% instances), appos (2; 0% instances), ccomp (2; 0% instances), nmod:poss (2; 0% instances), xcomp (2; 0% instances), acl (1; 0% instances), acl:relcl (1; 0% instances), amod (1; 0% instances), dislocated (1; 0% instances), fixed (1; 0% instances)

Parents of `PRON` nodes belong to 12 different parts of speech: VERB (1516; 76% instances), NOUN (217; 11% instances), ADJ (155; 8% instances), PRON (38; 2% instances), (21; 1% instances), ADV (18; 1% instances), AUX (14; 1% instances), PROPN (8; 0% instances), DET (2; 0% instances), NUM (2; 0% instances), PUNCT (1; 0% instances), SCONJ (1; 0% instances)

1606 (81%) `PRON` nodes are leaves.

264 (13%) `PRON` nodes have one child.

67 (3%) `PRON` nodes have two children.

56 (3%) `PRON` nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a `PRON` node is 7.

Children of `PRON` nodes are attached using 24 different relations: case (212; 34% instances), nmod (98; 16% instances), punct (71; 11% instances), acl:relcl (50; 8% instances), cop (29; 5% instances), det (29; 5% instances), nsubj (26; 4% instances), cc (20; 3% instances), amod (18; 3% instances), advmod (13; 2% instances), conj (13; 2% instances), advcl (11; 2% instances), acl (10; 2% instances), fixed (5; 1% instances), csubj (3; 0% instances), mark (3; 0% instances), appos (1; 0% instances), aux (1; 0% instances), ccomp (1; 0% instances), nmod:poss (1; 0% instances), nummod (1; 0% instances), orphan (1; 0% instances), vocative (1; 0% instances), xcomp (1; 0% instances)

Children of `PRON` nodes belong to 14 different parts of speech: ADP (213; 34% instances), NOUN (93; 15% instances), VERB (72; 12% instances), PUNCT (71; 11% instances), PRON (38; 6% instances), AUX (32; 5% instances), DET (30; 5% instances), ADJ (26; 4% instances), CCONJ (20; 3% instances), ADV (11; 2% instances), PROPN (8; 1% instances), PART (2; 0% instances), SCONJ (2; 0% instances), NUM (1; 0% instances)