Furthermore, due to the restrictions mentioned in the Introduction (Section 1) I will ignore, for example, (a) bound modifiers, (b) appositional forms of modification, (c) lexical expressions of cardinality, as well as (d) verbal and nominal forms that are used to express adjectival notions such as relative clauses and adnominal
NPs (see examples  and  above), since the employment of such embedded modifiers would result in complex NPs.
demonstratives, which accompany a co-occurring noun ('this house')--although it should be noted that only a few languages distinguish categories one and two morphologically; 3.
Finally, Declerck identifies a third construction in which the participle acts as a kind of adnominal
modifier, or "pseudo-modifier," closer in meaning to: 'He saw two brothers who were casting a net (4)'.
Konig and Siemund distinguish two major use types of intensifying self-forms, namely (i) an adnominal
use ([NP The president himself]) and (ii) an adverbial use, where the intensifier forms part of a verbal projection.
Person in the Morphological System of Erzya, Helsinki (MSFOu 261).
E em (2) e sintaticamente reanalisado como um adjetivo, com estatuto de adnominal
ou predicativo, como podemos verificar em 31,3% das ocorrencias.
Furthermore, there is a crucial difference between (a) and (c): in (a), the adnominal
intensifier is used to resolve an ambiguity that concerns the referential interpretation of an object pronoun.
MERGE/binary branching, locality/predication, subject/specifier asymmetry, the head-final filter, and the ban on base-adjunction conspire with the adicity of the adjective to create the following different scenarios concerning the initial position of adnominal
Even these five instances are open to another interpretation, not as adnominal
determiner, but as markers of hesitation and false start, which abound with some speakers.
A total of 103 adnominal
adjectives occur in the data of the Turkish speakers, and all of them appear prenominally, as expected if the L1 influences the acquisition of the L2.
Without the boldfaced adnominal
complements, sentences (30a) and (30b) are ungrammatical, and this is not for communicative reasons: even if the preceding text makes it quite clear what is meant, these complements cannot be omitted.
The grammar covers the language and its speakers, phonology, parts of speech, nouns, case, adnominal
and derivational morphology, demonstratives, interrogatives, directionals, possessives, pronouns, inflecting verbs and coverbs, the syntax of simple sentences, and complex sentences.