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Agreement
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The numeral determines agreement on the verb in the case of the prepositional partitive construction.

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The numeral determines agreement on the verb in case the partitive preposition is present, as is shown by the following example:

Example 1

Trije fan it espeltsje joegen har ôf
three of the group.SG gave.PL them POST
Three of the group went away

The object pronoun functions as an inherent reflexive.

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