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UD for Tupinamba

Tokenization and Word Segmentation


Morphology

Tags

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


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.


Syntax

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:

asepjak 

a-s-epjak

1.SG-3-see

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.


Treebanks

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.