Chechen/Universal Dependencies

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Evaluation

che.annotated.ud.txt
UAS (withmorph) LAS (withmorph) UAS (nomorph) LAS (nomorph) # of forms # of sentences
90.80% 82.78% 76.71% 69.67% 511 112
che.annotated2.ud.txt
UAS (withmorph) LAS (withmorph) UAS (nomorph) LAS (nomorph) # of forms # of sentences
39.88% 25.77% 24.85% 12.587% 326 52

Dependency Relations

cop

When the only verb in sentence is the copular verb, it has a "cop" dependency on the root of the sentence (usually the adjective, if alone after copular or the noun)

"<тхан>"
	"тхан" prn pers p1 pl gen @amod #1->2
"<да>"
	"да" n cl_v abs sg @nsubj #2->3
"<Ӏу>"
	"Ӏу" n cl_u abs sg @root #3->0
"<вара>"
	"у" v cpl past cl_v @cop #4->3
"<.>"
	"." sent @punct #5->3
"<Ахьмадан>"
	"Ахьмад" np ant gen sg @nmod #1->2
"<машина>"
	"машина" n cl_j abs sg @nsubj #2->3
"<керла>"
	"керла" adj @root #3->0
"<ю>"
	"у" v cpl pres cl_j @cop #4->3

nsubj

Usually the agent of an action verb in the sentence, or in the clause.

"<Ас>"
	"ас" prn pers p1 sg erg @nsubj #1->4
"<Хьасанна>"
	"Хьасан" np ant dat sg @iobj #2->4
"<буьрка>"
	"буьрка" n cl_j abs sg @obj #3->4
"<яьлла>"
	"яьлла" v tv pres pf @root #4->0
"<тхан>"
	"тхан" prn pers p1 pl exc gen @amod #1->2
"<дена>"
	"да" n cl_v dat sg @nsubj #2->7
"<ша>"
	"ша" prn pers p3 sg gen ref @nsubj #3->4
"<хьалкхиъна>"
	"хьалкхиъна" v iv past pf @acl #4->6
"<волу>"
	"у" v cpl pres rcp @cop #5->4
"<юрт>"
	"юрт" n cl_u abs sg @obj #6->7
"<йиццало>"_
	"йиццало" v @root #7->0

probably amod should be nmod:poss here —Jwashin1 (talk) 01:30, 15 May 2019 (EDT)

amod

Usually the adjective, possessive pronouns that modify a noun phrase.

"<дикка>"
	"дикка" adj comp @amod #6->7
"<болх>"
	“болх” n cl_u abs sg @obj #7->8
"<сайн>"
	"сайн" prn pers p1 sg gen ref @amod #6->7
"<цициг>"
	"цициг" n cl_d abs sg @obj #7->9

Possessive pronouns should probably be nmod:possJwashin1 (talk) 01:30, 15 May 2019 (EDT)

obl

the adjunct that indicates location or time period of an event.

"<Ӏимран>"
	"Ӏимран" np ant abs sg @nsubj #1->5
"<шина>"
	"шина" num dat @amod #2->3
"<баттана>"
	"батт" n cl_u dat sg @obl #3->5
"<Москох>"
	"Моско" np hyd lat sg @advmod #4->5
"<вахара>"
	"вахара" v iv past @root #5->0
"<Руслана>"
	"Руслан" np ant erg sg @nsubj #1->4
"<бепиг>"
	"бепиг" n cl_j abs sg @obj #2->4
"<уьрсаца>"
	"уьрса" n cl_u ins sg @obl #3->4
"<дохадо>"
	"дохадо" v tv cl_d pres @root #4->0

obj

the object of an verb usually has a "obj" dependency on the verb

"<Ӏумара>"
	"Ӏумар" np ant erg sg @nsubj #1->4
"<Исламе>"
	"Ислам" np ant all sg @iobj #2->4
"<куьзга>"
	"куьзга" n cl_u abs sg @obj #3->4
"<оьхьадожадайтира>"
	"дожа" v iv pverb caus past @root #4->0
"<Ӏумара>"
	"Ӏумар" np ant erg sg @nsubj #1->4
"<нохчийн>"
	"нохчийн" adj @amod #2->3
"<мотт>"
	"мотт" n cl_b2 abs sg @obj #3->4
"<бийцало>"
	"бийцало" v iv pres pot @root #4->0

Would've been good to have glosses for all these sentences! —Jwashin1 (talk) 01:32, 15 May 2019 (EDT)