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UD for Tupinamba

Tokenization and Word Segmentation

Mapping UPOS to XPOS for Tupinambá: UPOS | XPOS | :—-: | :——: | ADV | adv | INTJ | intj | NOUN | n | PROPN | ppn | VERB | v, vi, vt| ADP | pp | AUX | aux | CCONJ | cc | DET | det | NUM | num | PART | pcl | PRON | pro | SCONJ | sc | PUNCT | punct | SYM | sym | X | x |



This is an overview only. For more detailed discussion and examples, see the list of Czech POS tags and Czech features.


Instruction: Describe inherent and inflectional features for major word classes (at least NOUN and VERB). Describe other noteworthy features. Include links to language-specific feature definitions if any.


Core Arguments, Oblique Arguments and Adjuncts

As a head-marking language, core arguments, except oblique core arguments are cross-referenced on the predicate, as in the example below:




I see her/him/it/them

This is the case only when the object is third-person. For this reason the feature Person takes values combining both arguments (A dn P): Person=13, Person=23, and Person=33. No othe combinations occur.

Instruction: Give criteria for identifying core arguments (subjects and objects), and describe the range of copula constructions in nonverbal clauses. List all subtype relations used. Include links to language-specific relations definitions if any.


There are N Tupinamba UD treebanks:

Instruction: Treebank-specific pages are generated automatically from the README file in the treebank repository and from the data in the latest release. Link to the respective *-index.html page in the treebanks folder, using the language code and the treebank code in the file name.