Morphological Tagging

mio033 at mail.harvard.edu mio033 at mail.harvard.edu
Wed Jun 6 13:03:37 EDT 2018


Greetings!

I'm looking at word class codings in my CLAN output, and I see some nouns 
that are marked as "n:adj|". The major examples I'm not sure how to 
interpret are "n:adj|different" versus "n:prop|different". I couldn't find 
an example of the "n:adj" marker in the manual, so I wanted to check in. 
How is "n:adj|" different from "adj|"? 




Thank you in advance!
Min

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