Noun query can be divided into simple noun query and noun phrase
query further, and the former is the basis of the latter.
The purpose of this article is to review the Northern Sotho situation in light of extant views, of which one is that the noun phrase
(NP) in Northern Sotho obscures definiteness and that the interpretation is determined from the context (Ziervogel, Lombard & Mokgokong 1969).
Note that these genitives do not mark the noun phrase
This noun phrase
in turn is likely to be followed by a verb phrase, "[[Un gouminet].
Conjugated words with a structure of undefined noun phrase
should be written adjacently (examples include aslanagzi, kusburnu, yavruagzi, bulbulyuvasi, Japonbayragi, tahtapapuc, eklemfaresi, omuriliksogani, belsoguklugu, aybasi, itdirsegi, kunduracigogsu, guvercingogsu, kafatasi, catikemigi, soyagaci).
I will show that the way that the properties of noun phrases
constrain morphosyntax resembles the way the lexical semantic properties of verb phrases constrain morphosyntax in Estonian.
With the exception of the second and third instances (where the predicate complements are adjectival), the majority of these patterns involve noun phrase
These word order patterns provide additional support for the layered model of the noun phrase
defended here in that it can now be shown for the first time that all patterns that iconically reflect the layered structure of the simple noun phrase
are actually attested in the languages of the world.
Kaukauwa' is a noun meaning strength (it can also be used as an adjective meaning 'strong'), so in these instances 'kaukauwa mana' is a noun phrase
which might be glossed as 'effective strength.
The phrases in (8a,b,c) contain noun phrase
like aap-paa or simply nouns such as naapmi and pu.
where NP represents noun phrase
, and VP represents verb phrase.
According to Halliday (1967), each sentence consists of two information units: the topic, which in English typically corresponds to the subject noun phrase
, and the comment, which provides information about the topic and corresponds to the remainder of the sentence in what Halliday calls the "unmarked sequence" (p.