I wonder why I had a problem with my Russian grammar, that I had to add things by hand; must be a combination of problems (like starting with a fake type and only later manual conversion into the determinant). An indeterminate article is sometimes used in association with the Quantifier a lot, so that a singular agrees with a singular name (which then takes a singular verb): (Questions, because I am now working on questions and answers to verify that I miss something in the adaptation system by not correctly completing the questionnaire). Zero article (see table below) means either that no article would be appropriate with this type of noun, or that this type of noun (in this context) can be used without an article. Common nouns are used in specific situations without article: As articles are the quantifying words that precede substantives and change them. They tell us how much or how much. The choice of the correct quantifier depends on your understanding of the distinction between counting and non-counter names. For our purposes, we choose the counting trees and the non-counting names that dance: we have the difference, in fact, but not in accordance with the nouns. Abstract Names: Abstract SubstantiveThe names of things that are not tangible are sometimes used with articles, sometimes not: the determiners cannot be the daughter of a determining extraction rule. It should be an N-Bar. The three articles a, are a kind of adjective. It is called the particular article because it usually precedes a number of nostun or mentioned above; has and are called unspecified items because they are used to refer in a slightly less specific way (an unspecified number of counters. These words are also listed among nov-Markers or Determiner because they are followed almost invariably by a Nov (or something else acting as a nostun). Half, both, and all can occur with singular and plural names; And anything can happen with mass substrates.
There are also “constructions” with these words (“all [the] grain,” “half of [its] content”); “construction” is necessary with personal pronouns (“both,” “all of it”). The following diagram (from Quirk and Greenbaum) nicely describes the use of these three predeterminators: I would like to revive this theme a little. It seems that it doesn`t work completely in the adaptation system, and I would like it to work for my Russian extended regression test (for determinants like those). Yes, we have no bending for the Besiedeer in the adaptation system. Even if you have great paradigms, is there really a gain in the treatment they are like a bend? Does this mean that there are several tribes that go into the same paradigm? (If so, you can do this in tdl processing, but the fit support is not available.) All of a sudden, I am puzzled as to what the agreement should :). Oh, the problem is probably that the expression extracted-determine limit the wrong thing on its SLASH-ed element. Or in fact, for some reason, I didn`t write it to identify all the local subseeds between THE SLASH and the SPR.