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NP modification by APs
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Simple adjective phrases (APs) are APs which are not accompanied by arguments whereas complex APs are accompanied by arguments. Simple APs are placed before the noun. In Afrikaans, the simple AP does not have to exhibit agreement with the NP. Complex APs may be placed after the noun, and also does not have to exhibit agreement with the NP.

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