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## Treebank Statistics: UD_Kaapor-TuDeT: POS Tags: `ADV`

There are 20 `ADV` lemmas (10%), 20 `ADV` types (9%) and 37 `ADV` tokens (10%). Out of 14 observed tags, the rank of `ADV` is: 3 in number of lemmas, 3 in number of types and 4 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent `ADV` lemmas: pe, tĩ, riki, ko, pahar, uhu, _, aja, ajameʔẽ, amõ

The 10 most frequent `ADV` types: pe, tĩ, riki, ko, pahar, uhu, Arahã, aja, ajameʔẽ, amõ

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: pe (ADV 10, CCONJ 4, ADP 3, PRON 2), (ADV 4, PART 4), riki (ADV 3, ADP 2, PART 2), ko (ADV 2, DET 1), _ (VERB 3, NOUN 2, PROPN 2, ADV 1, NUM 1, PRON 1)

• pe
• ADV 6: taʔɪn ukwerta je tĩ , ko aʔi iháike piɾokhũ je pe iʔaɾpe pɪnuhũ
• CCONJ 4: pe kamarar jarusu raʔɪr raho
• ADP 2: a’eta ma’e jukwahá ihẽke pe me’ẽ
• ADV 4: ajameʔẽ ke Urupe jeʔẽha mondo
• PART 4: aʔe ta ke uʔuta moj ke
• riki
• ADV 3: karai riki muka mopok
• ADP 2: ko riki ihē ahɪk ajur jarupa rehe
• PART 2: Tɪapu riki
• ko
• ADV 2: ko ihē paper pinim amuwɪr nde pe
• DET 1: taʔɪn ukwerta je tĩ , ko aʔi iháike piɾokhũ je pe iʔaɾpe pɪnuhũ

## Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of `ADV` is 1.000000 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.154229).

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

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

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

`ADV` does not occur with any features.

## Relations

`ADV` nodes are attached to their parents using 1 different relations: advmod (37; 100% instances)

Parents of `ADV` nodes belong to 2 different parts of speech: VERB (34; 92% instances), NOUN (3; 8% instances)

32 (86%) `ADV` nodes are leaves.

5 (14%) `ADV` nodes have one child.

The highest child degree of a `ADV` node is 1.

Children of `ADV` nodes are attached using 2 different relations: punct (4; 80% instances), case (1; 20% instances)

Children of `ADV` nodes belong to 2 different parts of speech: PUNCT (4; 80% instances), ADP (1; 20% instances)