The noun phrases
the slope, white stones, and the moon were analyzed as concrete, while the colour-blind night was counted as abstract.
If a noun phrase
refers to an entity that is already known, it is expected that it will not occur in existential contexts, whose purpose is to assert the existence of an entity and introduce it for the first time.
2003, Possessive Noun Phrases
in the Languages of Europe.
Tables 3 and 4 show the distribution of the phenomenon in our data depending on whether a noun phrase
, a pronominal or an adverbial appear in between the matrix verb and the object infinitive.
A bidirectional study on the acquisition of plural noun phrase
interpretation in English and Spanish.
1] expansion words form noun phrase
expansion word set of [q.
More specifically, the paper will analyze the noun phrases
characteristically displayed by EU legislative texts originally written in English in comparison to their official Romanian translations.
In English, verbs come immediately after the first noun phrase
, while in Hindi they come at the end of the sentence, for canonical structures.
in the preverbal subject position are understood to be typically generic or definite.
Furthermore, a few kinds of non-genitive noun phrase
can function as specifier (e.
This noun phrase
in turn is likely to be followed by a verb phrase, "[[Un gouminet].
In linguistic terms, verbs often specify actions, and noun phrases
the objects that participate in the action .
For the current research Summers (1992), Webber (1984) and Sinchlair, (1995) have been consulted for clarity in the definitions; and in case of ambiguity, the general frequency of joint usage is used to decide whether an item is a compound or a noun phrase
with postposition "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII](wa),"
This article argues that adnominal modifiers in a layered model of the noun phrase
can be divided into two major subcategories: descriptive modifiers and discourse-referential modifiers.