## Treebank Statistics: UD_Vietnamese-TueCL: Features: `Number`

This feature is universal.
It occurs with 2 different values: `Plur`

, `Sing`

.

159 tokens (8%) have a non-empty value of `Number`

.
35 types (5%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of `Number`

.
25 lemmas (3%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of `Number`

.
The feature is used with 3 part-of-speech tags: `PRON` (146; 8% instances), `DET` (12; 1% instances), `PART` (1; 0% instances).

`PRON`

146 `PRON` tokens (69% of all `PRON`

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

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `PRON`

and `Number`

co-occurred: `PronType``=Prs` (146; 100%), `Gender``=EMPTY` (108; 74%), `Person``=1` (76; 52%).

`PRON`

tokens may have the following values of `Number`

:

`Plur`

(47; 32% of non-empty`Number`

):*chúng ta, họ, ta, chúng tôi, chúng, các bạn, các anh*`Sing`

(99; 68% of non-empty`Number`

):*tôi, nó, bạn, anh, cậu, hắn, ta, ông, anh ta, cô ấy*`EMPTY`

(65):*mà, gì, đó, đây, ai, nào, mình, nhau, đâu, Cha*

Paradigm chúng ta | Sing | Plur |
---|---|---|

Person=1 | chúng ta | chúng ta |

Person=2 | chúng ta |

`DET`

12 `DET` tokens (14% of all `DET`

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

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `DET`

and `Number`

co-occurred: `Deixis``=EMPTY` (12; 100%), `PronType``=EMPTY` (12; 100%).

`DET`

tokens may have the following values of `Number`

:

`Plur`

(12; 100% of non-empty`Number`

):*các*`EMPTY`

(72):*những, này, đó, bất cứ, mọi, cả, một vài, cả hai, tất cả, ai*

`PART`

1 `PART` tokens (5% of all `PART`

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

.

The most frequent other feature values with which `PART`

and `Number`

co-occurred: `Polarity``=EMPTY` (1; 100%).

`PART`

tokens may have the following values of `Number`

:

`Plur`

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

):*tụi*`EMPTY`

(18):*vậy, đấy, Bộ, Mà, chứ, hề, nhé, phi, phải, ra*

## Relations with Agreement in `Number`

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

:
`PRON –[ conj]–> PRON` (2; 67%).