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Universal NP
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Universal NPs, like negative NPs, are preferably placed to the left of the adjective, as in the example below:

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Universal NPs, like negative NPs, are preferably placed to the left of the adjective. This is shown in the examples below:

Example 1

?omdat sy trots op byna elkeen was
because she proud of almost everybody was
because she was proud of almost everybody
Example 2

omdat sy op byna elkeen trots was
because she of almost everybody proud was
because she was proud of almost everybody
Example 3

?omdat sy tevrede met byna elkeen was
because she content with almost everybody was
Because she was content with almost everybody.
Example 4

omdat sy met byna elkeen tevrede was
because she with almost everybody content was
Because she was content with almost everybody.
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