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Treebank Statistics: UD_Portuguese-PUD: POS Tags: PRON

There are 12 PRON lemmas (0%), 47 PRON types (1%) and 934 PRON tokens (4%). Out of 16 observed tags, the rank of PRON is: 7 in number of lemmas, 9 in number of types and 8 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent PRON lemmas: _, ele, tudo, eles, aquilo, que, elas, o, ela, este

The 10 most frequent PRON types: que, ele, se, sua, seu, eles, ela, o, eu, suas

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: _ (VERB 1051, PRON 891, ADP 677, NUM 467, AUX 416, NOUN 311, DET 290, CCONJ 131, SCONJ 96, ADJ 94, SYM 40, ADV 14, X 5, INTJ 1), ele (PRON 14, PROPN 1), que (SCONJ 131, PRON 3, ADV 2, ADP 1), o (DET 2791, PRON 2), este (DET 39, PRON 1)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: que (PRON 192, SCONJ 131, ADP 61, ADV 2, DET 1), ele (PRON 70, PROPN 1), se (PRON 94, SCONJ 18, ADP 2), o (DET 1001, PRON 31), suas (PRON 31, DET 1), seus (PRON 30, DET 1), isso (PRON 16, DET 10), isto (PRON 5, DET 1), a (DET 972, ADP 277, PRON 8, SCONJ 3, PROPN 2), este (DET 17, PRON 4)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of PRON is 3.916667 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.570742).

The 1st highest number of forms (45) was observed with the lemma “_”: Esse, Nossos, a, aquele, aqueles, aquilo, ela, elas, ele, eles, essa, esta, este, estes, eu, isso, isto, la, lhe, lo, me, meu, meus, mim, minha, nos, nossa, nossas, nosso, nós, o, os, quais, qual, que, quem, se, seu, seus, si, sua, suas, te, você, vocês.

The 2nd highest number of forms (4) was observed with the lemma “ele”: ela, ele, eles, o.

The 3rd highest number of forms (2) was observed with the lemma “aquilo”: aquela, aquilo.

PRON occurs with 7 features: Number (640; 69% instances), Person (623; 67% instances), Gender (550; 59% instances), Case (251; 27% instances), PronType (247; 26% instances), Number[psor] (234; 25% instances), Reflex (1; 0% instances)

PRON occurs with 17 feature-value pairs: Case=Acc, Case=Dat, Case=Nom, Gender=Fem, Gender=Masc, Number=Plur, Number=Sing, Number[psor]=Plur, Number[psor]=Sing, Person=1, Person=2, Person=3, PronType=Int, PronType=Prs, PronType=Rel, PronType=Tot, Reflex=Yes

PRON occurs with 52 feature combinations. The most frequent feature combination is _ (197 tokens). Examples: que, quem

Relations

PRON nodes are attached to their parents using 15 different relations: nsubj (385; 41% instances), det (234; 25% instances), expl:pv (93; 10% instances), obj (85; 9% instances), obl (46; 5% instances), nsubj:pass (39; 4% instances), nmod (20; 2% instances), iobj (10; 1% instances), root (7; 1% instances), fixed (5; 1% instances), parataxis (4; 0% instances), conj (3; 0% instances), acl:relcl (1; 0% instances), appos (1; 0% instances), csubj (1; 0% instances)

Parents of PRON nodes belong to 9 different parts of speech: VERB (581; 62% instances), NOUN (287; 31% instances), ADJ (39; 4% instances), PRON (8; 1% instances), (7; 1% instances), ADP (5; 1% instances), ADV (3; 0% instances), NUM (2; 0% instances), SCONJ (2; 0% instances)

795 (85%) PRON nodes are leaves.

81 (9%) PRON nodes have one child.

40 (4%) PRON nodes have two children.

18 (2%) PRON nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a PRON node is 6.

Children of PRON nodes are attached using 16 different relations: case (85; 37% instances), punct (49; 21% instances), acl:relcl (25; 11% instances), det (25; 11% instances), cop (9; 4% instances), nmod (8; 3% instances), nsubj (8; 3% instances), advmod (7; 3% instances), conj (5; 2% instances), cc (3; 1% instances), appos (2; 1% instances), acl (1; 0% instances), amod (1; 0% instances), discourse (1; 0% instances), obj (1; 0% instances), vocative (1; 0% instances)

Children of PRON nodes belong to 12 different parts of speech: ADP (82; 35% instances), PUNCT (49; 21% instances), DET (25; 11% instances), VERB (24; 10% instances), NOUN (16; 7% instances), ADV (10; 4% instances), AUX (9; 4% instances), PRON (8; 3% instances), CCONJ (3; 1% instances), NUM (2; 1% instances), PROPN (2; 1% instances), ADJ (1; 0% instances)