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det: determiner

The relation determiner (det) holds between a nominal head and its determiner. This relation is used for pronominal adjectival modifiers of noun phrases; the det modifier has the POS tag DET and vice versa. Non-pronominal adjectives are tagged ADJ and the relation is labeled amod.

Note, that possessive determiners like իմ  “my” is currently given the POS tag DET and the relation det:poss.

Մի արահետ գտանք ։ \n A path we-found . 
det(արահետ, Մի)
det(path, A)
Նա այդպիսի մարդ է ։ \n He is this-kind-of man .
det(մարդ, այդպիսի)
det(man, this-kind-of)
Որ ՞ գիրքն ես նախընտրում ։ \n Which book do-you prefer ?
det(գիրքն, Որ)
det(book, Which)

Pronominal quantifiers are also tagged DET and their relation to their head is a det relation.

Քանի ՞ հոգի է ֆուտբոլ խաղացել ։ \n How-many men played football ?
det(հոգի, Քանի)
det(men, How-many)

See nummod for a broader discussion of the various situations with quantifiers.


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