## Treebank Statistics: UD_English-GUM: Features: `PronType`

This feature is universal but the values `Emp`

are language-specific.
It occurs with 10 different values: `Art`

, `Dem`

, `Emp`

, `Ind`

, `Int`

, `Neg`

, `Prs`

, `Rcp`

, `Rel`

, `Tot`

.

36880 tokens (17%) have a non-empty value of `PronType`

.
173 types (1%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of `PronType`

.
74 lemmas (1%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of `PronType`

.
The feature is used with 4 part-of-speech tags: `PRON` (17817; 8% instances), `DET` (17313; 8% instances), `ADV` (1749; 1% instances), `SCONJ` (1; 0% instances).

`PRON`

17817 `PRON` tokens (100% of all `PRON`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `PronType`

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `PRON`

and `PronType`

co-occurred: `Poss``=EMPTY` (14884; 84%), `Gender``=EMPTY` (13137; 74%), `Number``=Sing` (11989; 67%).

`PRON`

tokens may have the following values of `PronType`

:

`Dem`

(1586; 9% of non-empty`PronType`

):*there, that, this, those, these*`Emp`

(25; 0% of non-empty`PronType`

):*itself, themselves, himself, yourself*`Ind`

(283; 2% of non-empty`PronType`

):*something, anything, someone, anyone, somebody, anybody*`Int`

(269; 2% of non-empty`PronType`

):*what, who, which, whatever, Whoever, whose*`Neg`

(58; 0% of non-empty`PronType`

):*nothing, one, nobody*`Prs`

(13799; 77% of non-empty`PronType`

):*i, it, you, we, he, they, his, your, my, she*`Rcp`

(4; 0% of non-empty`PronType`

):*one*`Rel`

(1680; 9% of non-empty`PronType`

):*that, which, who, what, whatever, whom, whose, Whosoever, whoever, wish*`Tot`

(113; 1% of non-empty`PronType`

):*everything, everyone, everybody*`EMPTY`

(1):*t*

Paradigm one | Prs | Rcp | Neg |
---|---|---|---|

_ | one | ||

Number=Sing | one | ||

Number=Sing|Person=3 | one |

`DET`

17313 `DET` tokens (100% of all `DET`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `PronType`

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `DET`

and `PronType`

co-occurred: `Definite``=Def` (10033; 58%).

`DET`

tokens may have the following values of `PronType`

:

`Art`

(14392; 83% of non-empty`PronType`

):*the, a, an*`Dem`

(1341; 8% of non-empty`PronType`

):*this, that, these, those, such, yonder*`Ind`

(968; 6% of non-empty`PronType`

):*some, all, any, every, another, each, both, half, Mat, and*`Int`

(50; 0% of non-empty`PronType`

):*which, what, whatever*`Neg`

(178; 1% of non-empty`PronType`

):*no, neither*`Rcp`

(20; 0% of non-empty`PronType`

):*each*`Rel`

(15; 0% of non-empty`PronType`

):*what, whatever*`Tot`

(349; 2% of non-empty`PronType`

):*all, both, each, every*`EMPTY`

(19):*quite, either*

Paradigm each | Rcp | Tot | Ind |
---|---|---|---|

each | each | each |

`ADV`

1749 `ADV` tokens (17% of all `ADV`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `PronType`

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `ADV`

and `PronType`

co-occurred: `Degree``=EMPTY` (1749; 100%).

`ADV`

tokens may have the following values of `PronType`

:

`Dem`

(742; 42% of non-empty`PronType`

):*then, here, there*`Int`

(691; 40% of non-empty`PronType`

):*when, how, why, where, whither, whenever*`Rel`

(316; 18% of non-empty`PronType`

):*where, how, why, when, whenever, wherever, however*`EMPTY`

(8361):*so, just, also, now, more, really, very, even, as, only*

Paradigm when | Int | Rel |
---|---|---|

when | when |

`SCONJ`

1 `SCONJ` tokens (0% of all `SCONJ`

tokens) have a non-empty value of `PronType`

.

`SCONJ`

tokens may have the following values of `PronType`

:

`Rel`

(1; 100% of non-empty`PronType`

):*that*`EMPTY`

(3391):*that, if, as, because, for, of, by, while, in, after*

## Relations with Agreement in `PronType`

The 10 most frequent relations where parent and child node agree in `PronType`

:
`PRON –[ reparandum]–> PRON` (30; 83%),

`PRON –[`(29; 91%),

`conj`]–> PRON`DET –[`(22; 96%),

`reparandum`]–> DET`ADV –[`(12; 71%),

`conj`]–> ADV`PRON –[`(8; 80%),

`conj`]–> ADV`PRON –[`(6; 100%),

`appos`]–> PRON`DET –[`(5; 71%),

`conj`]–> DET`DET –[`(4; 100%),

`reparandum`]–> PRON`PRON –[`(4; 80%),

`parataxis`]–> PRON`ADV –[`(1; 100%).

`advcl`]–> ADV