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Treebank Statistics: UD_Korean-GSD: POS Tags: CCONJ

There are 15 CCONJ lemmas (0%), 14 CCONJ types (0%) and 223 CCONJ tokens (0%). Out of 16 observed tags, the rank of CCONJ is: 13 in number of lemmas, 13 in number of types and 12 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent CCONJ lemmas: 및, 또는, 그리고, 과, 와, 혹은, 물론, 겸, 그러나, 나

The 10 most frequent CCONJ types: 및, 또는, 그리고, 과, 와, 혹은, 물론, 겸, 그러나, 나

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: 또는 (CCONJ 34, NOUN 1), 그리고 (ADV 29, CCONJ 27, NOUN 1), 과 (CCONJ 24, ADP 3), 와 (CCONJ 18, ADP 5), 물론 (ADV 16, VERB 6, CCONJ 4), 겸 (CCONJ 3, NOUN 1), 그러나 (ADV 55, CCONJ 2, VERB 2), 나 (ADP 3, CCONJ 2, PRON 2, NOUN 1), 또 (ADV 94, CCONJ 2, NOUN 1), 하지만 (ADV 45, CCONJ 2)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: 또는 (CCONJ 34, NOUN 1), 그리고 (ADV 29, CCONJ 27, NOUN 1, VERB 1), 과 (CCONJ 24, ADP 3), 와 (CCONJ 18, ADP 5, VERB 3, ADV 1), 물론 (ADV 16, VERB 6, CCONJ 4), 겸 (CCONJ 3, NOUN 1), 그러나 (ADV 58, CCONJ 2, VERB 2), 나 (ADP 3, CCONJ 2, PRON 2, VERB 2, NOUN 1), 또 (ADV 94, CCONJ 2, NOUN 1), 하지만 (ADV 49, VERB 5, CCONJ 2)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of CCONJ is 0.933333 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.000681).

The 1st highest number of forms (1) was observed with the lemma “겸”: 겸.

The 2nd highest number of forms (1) was observed with the lemma “과”: 과.

The 3rd highest number of forms (1) was observed with the lemma “그러나”: 그러나.

CCONJ does not occur with any features.

Relations

CCONJ nodes are attached to their parents using 1 different relations: cc (223; 100% instances)

Parents of CCONJ nodes belong to 7 different parts of speech: NOUN (169; 76% instances), ADV (20; 9% instances), VERB (16; 7% instances), PROPN (13; 6% instances), ADJ (2; 1% instances), NUM (2; 1% instances), PUNCT (1; 0% instances)

219 (98%) CCONJ nodes are leaves.

4 (2%) CCONJ nodes have one child.

The highest child degree of a CCONJ node is 1.

Children of CCONJ nodes are attached using 1 different relations: punct (4; 100% instances)

Children of CCONJ nodes belong to 1 different parts of speech: PUNCT (4; 100% instances)