A language is a collection of properties, property:value pairs, and examples.
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A property describes some syntactic aspect of a language (i.e. Adjective Agreement).
Every property has three values: yes, no, or NA (not-applicable).
Our database provides three search options for properties:
A property:value pair is a property set to some particular value, e.g., Attributive Adjective Agreement: Yes (this means that attributive adjectives agreement with the noun they modify).
Our database provides two search options for property:value pairs:
Prioritizing examples acts as a further constraint upon search. Only results with an existing example will be returned.
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