On Thu, 5 Jun 2003, Tine Lassen wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anybody know of/have a (exhaustive) list of english determiners? - Preferably annotated with information on type (weak/strong, symmetric/non-symmetric, ...).
Corpus linguists have a range of views on what counts as a "determiner",
and what sub0types there are. The tagsets for Brown, ICE, London-Lund,
LOB, Parts, POW, SEC and UPenn PoS-tagged corpora, along with words
which get these tags, are at:
You can use your browser Find function to search for "determiner" in
each tagset, or alternatively to search for specific word such as "this",
not always labelled Determiner, eg "this" is PRON(dem,sing)
- pronoun, demonstrative, singular - in ICE.
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