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Closed
2017-08-25 12:46
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS AND PRONOUNS have to be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, pron). The "adv" tag is used for both adverbs and adverbial phrases. The "prep" tag is used for prepositions and adpositions in general, including adpositional phrases.
Interjections and exclamations should be classed "[none]".
Gender in pronouns can be indicated by using the appropriate gender abbreviation in square brackets, e.g. [f], [n], [pl], [?], [m.pl], ..., Don't use curly brackets, these are reserved for nouns!

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2017-08-25 12:38
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS AND PRONOUNS have to be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, pron). The "adv" tag is used for both adverbs and adverbial phrases. The "prep" tag is used for prepositions and adpositions in general including adpositional phrases.
Interjections and exclamations should be classed "[none]".
Gender in pronouns can be indicated by using the appropriate gender abbreviation in square brackets, e.g. [f], [n], [pl], [?], [m.pl], ..., Don't use curly brackets, these are reserved for nouns!

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2013-09-27 16:35
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS AND PRONOUNS have to be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, pron). The "adv" tag is used for both adverbs and adverbial phrases.
Interjections and exclamations should be classed "[none]".
Gender in pronouns can be indicated by using the appropriate gender abbreviation in square brackets, e.g. [f], [n], [pl], [?], [m.pl], ..., Don't use curly brackets, these are reserved for nouns!

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2013-09-27 16:32
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS AND PRONOUNS have to be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, pron). The "adv" tag is used for both adverbs and adverbial phrases. Interjections and exclamations should be classed "[none]".
Gender in pronouns can be indicated by using the appropriate gender abbreviation in square brackets, e.g. [f], [n], [pl], [?], [m.pl], ..., Don't use curly brackets, these are reserved for nouns!

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2012-11-05 16:22
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS AND PRONOUNS have to be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, pron). Interjections and exclamations should be classed "[none]".
Gender in pronouns can be indicated by using the appropriate gender abbreviation in square brackets, e.g. [f], [n], [pl], [?], [m.pl], ..., Don't use curly brackets, these are reserved for nouns!

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2011-11-18 11:44
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS AND PRONOUNS have to be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, pron). Interjections and exclamations should be classed "[none]".

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2011-04-28 10:19
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2010-06-18 11:19
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Additional grammar information can optionally be given using one of the following comments:
-- [attr.] for adjectives used only before nouns they modify and which cannot be used after verbs of being or becoming;
-- [postpos.] for adjectives used only after nouns they modify or verbs they accompany;
-- [pred.] for adjectives used only after verbs of being or becoming.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, phrases, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2010-06-13 19:21
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used as adjectives, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
When an adjective is used only in a particular position in the sentence, add one of the following clarifications:
-- [attr.]  ............ used only before the noun it modifies;
-- [postpos.]  .... used only after the noun it modifies;
-- [pred.]  .......... used only after a verb of being, becoming.
If an adjective can be used in more than one position, which is the case for the vast majority, add no such qualification.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, phrases, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2010-05-26 09:26
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used attributively, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Entries that do not belong to any specific word class (part of speech, lexical category), such as whole sentences, phrases, examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2010-02-05 13:53
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: OTHER

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used attributively, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Whole sentences, phrases (including prepositional constructions with a noun or pronoun object), examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, do not belong to any word class and should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2010-02-05 13:50
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: Other

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used attributively, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Whole sentences, phrases (including prepositional constructions with a noun or pronoun object), examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, do not belong to any word class and should be marked with "[none]".
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