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Complementation
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Adjectives may have arguments of the categories Noun Phrase (NP), Adposition Phrase (PP) and CP (sentence). The category of the argument is a factor determining word order.

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    phonology
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    morphology
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    • Nominal conversion
      [63%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Conversion
    • Pronoun > N
      [60%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Conversion > Nominal conversion
    • Inflection
      [59%] Frisian > Morphology > Inflection
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      [59%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Suffixation > Adjectival suffixes
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    • 1.1.2. The internal structure of the noun phrase
      [65%] Dutch > Syntax > Nouns and Noun Phrases > 1 Characterization and classification > 1.1. Characterization
    • 2.1. General observations
      [65%] Dutch > Syntax > Nouns and Noun Phrases > 2 Projection of noun phrases I: complementation
    • 5.2.2.2. Interpretation
      [64%] Dutch > Syntax > Nouns and Noun Phrases > 5 Determiners: articles and pronouns > 5.2. Pronouns > 5.2.2. Possessive pronouns
    • 3.2. Premodification
      [64%] Dutch > Syntax > Nouns and Noun Phrases > 3 Projection of noun phrases II: modification
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      [63%] Dutch > Syntax > Adjectives and Adjective Phrases > 6 Predicative use of the adjective phrase
    • Argument
      [72%] Frisian > Syntax > Adjective Phrases > Predication
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      [68%] Frisian > Syntax > Adjective Phrases > Complementation
    • The question word
      [66%] Frisian > Syntax > Nouns & Noun Phrases > Partitive noun constructions > Partitive question constructions
    • Aspectual, hawwe 'have'
      [65%] Frisian > Syntax > Adjective Phrases > Predication > Complementive constructions > Transitive predication
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    • The comparative complement
      [63%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Adjective Phrases > Comparison by comparative, superlative and equative degree > Comparative > Lower degree comparative
    • Type of NP in PP and linear order
      [62%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Adjective Phrases > Complementation
    • Equative
      [61%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Adjective Phrases > Comparison by comparative, superlative and equative degree
    • Inf-nominalization (Infinitival nominals)
      [61%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Nouns and Noun Phrases > 1. Characterization and classification > 1.3 Derivation of nouns > 1.3.1. Deverbal nouns
    • Excessive degree te 'too'
      [60%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Adjective Phrases > Modification and Degree Quantification
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