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Partitive
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Past participles which have been morphologically converted to adjectives cannot easily occur in the partitive construction.

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Past participles which have been morphologically converted to adjectives cannot easily occur in the partitive construction. The example below is doubtful at best:

Example 1

?Wat stellen-s
something stolen.PA
Something stolen

Past participles in partitives seem to have a permanent state reading.

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