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Treebank Statistics: UD_Dutch-Alpino: Features: Number

This feature is universal. It occurs with 2 different values: Plur, Sing.

61614 tokens (30%) have a non-empty value of Number. 17143 types (63%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Number. 14224 lemmas (64%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Number. The feature is used with 4 part-of-speech tags: NOUN (35613; 17% instances), VERB (10058; 5% instances), AUX (9288; 4% instances), PROPN (6655; 3% instances).

NOUN

35613 NOUN tokens (100% of all NOUN tokens) have a non-empty value of Number.

The most frequent other feature values with which NOUN and Number co-occurred: Gender=Com (18567; 52%).

NOUN tokens may have the following values of Number:

Paradigm jaarSingPlur
_jaren
Gender=Neutjaar, jaartje

VERB

10058 VERB tokens (48% of all VERB tokens) have a non-empty value of Number.

The most frequent other feature values with which VERB and Number co-occurred: VerbForm=Fin (10058; 100%), Tense=Pres (6149; 61%).

VERB tokens may have the following values of Number:

Paradigm komenSingPlur
Tense=Pastkwamkwamen
Tense=Preskomt, kom, komekomen

AUX

9288 AUX tokens (88% of all AUX tokens) have a non-empty value of Number.

The most frequent other feature values with which AUX and Number co-occurred: VerbForm=Fin (9288; 100%), Tense=Pres (6680; 72%).

AUX tokens may have the following values of Number:

Paradigm zijnSingPlur
Tense=Pastwaswaren
Tense=Presis, ben, bent, ware, zij, Wees, zijnzijn

PROPN

6655 PROPN tokens (47% of all PROPN tokens) have a non-empty value of Number.

PROPN tokens may have the following values of Number:

Paradigm NederlandSingPlur
_Nederlands, NeerlandsNederlanden
Gender=NeutNederland

Number seems to be lexical feature of PROPN. 99% lemmas (2919) occur only with one value of Number.

Relations with Agreement in Number

The 10 most frequent relations where parent and child node agree in Number: NOUN –[nmod]–> NOUN (3930; 67%), VERB –[nsubj]–> NOUN (3381; 69%), NOUN –[nmod]–> PROPN (1337; 61%), NOUN –[conj]–> NOUN (1246; 79%), NOUN –[cop]–> AUX (965; 83%), VERB –[conj]–> VERB (410; 56%), PROPN –[conj]–> PROPN (398; 79%), NOUN –[nsubj]–> NOUN (301; 86%), NOUN –[appos]–> NOUN (262; 86%), NOUN –[fixed]–> NOUN (133; 80%).