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Modification and agreement of the content noun in the referential partitive construction
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The content noun in the referential partitive construction has the following possibilities of modification: it may be modified by adjectives, it may not be modified by a quantifier, and it may not be modified by a demonstrative.

The content noun in the referential partitive construction does not determine agreement on the verb.

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