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Treebank Statistics: UD_German-PUD: Features: Mood

This feature is universal. It occurs with 3 different values: Imp, Ind, Sub.

1891 tokens (9%) have a non-empty value of Mood. 689 types (11%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Mood. 448 lemmas (8%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Mood. The feature is used with 3 part-of-speech tags: VERB (1084; 5% instances), AUX (804; 4% instances), X (3; 0% instances).

VERB

1084 VERB tokens (55% of all VERB tokens) have a non-empty value of Mood.

The most frequent other feature values with which VERB and Mood co-occurred: Person=3 (1035; 95%), Number=Sing (794; 73%), Tense=Past (604; 56%).

VERB tokens may have the following values of Mood:

Paradigm habenIndSub
Number=Sing|Person=3|Tense=Pasthatte
Number=Sing|Person=3|Tense=Preshathabe
Number=Plur|Person=1|Tense=Preshaben
Number=Plur|Person=3|Tense=Pasthatten
Number=Plur|Person=3|Tense=Preshaben

Mood seems to be lexical feature of VERB. 98% lemmas (431) occur only with one value of Mood.

AUX

804 AUX tokens (93% of all AUX tokens) have a non-empty value of Mood.

The most frequent other feature values with which AUX and Mood co-occurred: Person=3 (768; 96%), Number=Sing (567; 71%), Tense=Past (413; 51%).

AUX tokens may have the following values of Mood:

Paradigm seinIndSub
Number=Sing|Person=1|Tense=Pastwar
Number=Sing|Person=1|Tense=Presbin
Number=Sing|Person=3|Tense=Pastwar, wawrwäre
Number=Sing|Person=3|Tense=Presistsei
Number=Plur|Person=1|Tense=Pastwaren
Number=Plur|Person=1|Tense=Pressindseien
Number=Plur|Person=3|Tense=Pastwarenwären
Number=Plur|Person=3|Tense=Pressindseien

X

3 X tokens (8% of all X tokens) have a non-empty value of Mood.

The most frequent other feature values with which X and Mood co-occurred: Tense=Past (2; 67%).

X tokens may have the following values of Mood:

Relations with Agreement in Mood

The 10 most frequent relations where parent and child node agree in Mood: VERB –[conj]–> VERB (94; 62%), VERB –[acl:relcl]–> VERB (7; 54%), VERB –[nsubj]–> VERB (1; 100%).