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PronType: pronominal type

In English, this feature applies to pronouns, determiners and pronominal adverbs.

Prs: personal or possessive personal pronoun or determiner

See also the Poss feature that distinguishes normal personal pronouns from possessives. Note that Prs also includes reflexive personal/possessive pronouns.

Examples

The following pronouns have this feature:

Art: article

Article is a special case of determiner that bears the feature of definiteness.

Examples

In English, the following three determiners have this feature:

Int: interrogative pronoun, determiner or adverb

Note that the possessive interrogative determiner (whose) can be distinguished by the Poss feature.

In English, all words with the PTB tag WDT, WP, WP$ or WRB have this feature unless they mark the beginning of a relative clause.

Examples

Rel: relative pronoun or determiner

All pronouns and determiners that mark the beginning of a relative clause have this feature.

Examples

Dem: demonstrative determiner or adverb

Examples

The following determiners and adverbs have this feature:

Note that that only has this feature when it is being used as a demonstrative determiner. If it is used to mark the beginning of a clausal complement or a relative clause it does not have this feature.

Neg: negative pronoun or determiner

Examples

The following pronouns and determiners have this feature:

Tot: total pronoun or determiner

Examples

The following pronouns and determiners have this feature:

Ind: indefinite pronoun or determiner

Examples

The following pronouns and determiners have this feature:


PronType in other languages: [bej] [bg] [bm] [cs] [en] [fi] [fr] [ga] [gd] [gub] [gun] [hu] [hy] [it] [kpv] [myu] [pcm] [sl] [sv] [tpn] [tr] [u] [uk] [urj]