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34For the coordination of two singular names from more than five frWaC deposits, we have manual (or not) and human character with an external dictionary. The results show that unique and pluralistic determinants are allowed with shake-free names, and that the single determinant is more common (75%) (Table 5). 1When two singular names untuned and coordinated, the consent of the determinant (example [1a] or the adjective pretent (example 1b) is generally plural, and is then referred to as a complete or “synthetic” concordance (Corbett, 1991; Curat, 1999). Exercise: Giving adjectives in the plural: 21After two articles with a different number, one observes the consent of the name in the plural, i.e. with the second (next) article (example [14a]). Cases of names identical to the singular and plural are rare (4 cases as in the example [14b]). But they are all homophones in Corpus Frantext since 1951. Table 10 – FrWaC: Order of non-co-referenced non-co-referenced names of different types 2But the epithet adjective (example [2a]) and the determinant (examples [2b-c] may also be singular, as in Latin (example [2a]), Spanish (example [2b]) (see Demonte and Pérez-Jiménez, 2012) or Portuguese (example [2c]) (see Villavicencio et al., 2005). This is referred to as a partial or “narrow” agreement or a “closed conjunct agreement” with the following name (Corbett, 1991). The number of names is also used in the number of conversation points and many, speeches that do not contain determinants, and which are frozen. In these cases, the following verb is approved in the plural.

35 In addition, there is a difference depending on whether the names are human or not. For human (non-coded) names, multi-tumor is much more common (examples [21a] and [22a].). Given that there are many more examples of conferencing (z.B [21c)) with human names and that, in this case, only the particular determinant is allowed, it can be assumed that this is avoided in cases without shaking, as it could lead to misinterpretation (An and Abeillé, 2017). 73Fur the basis of a standardized corpus (frantext after 1950) and a less formal corpus (FrWaC), we studied the coordination of articles with names in the mailbox and the coordination of names with factor determination. We have shown that the use of factors as opposed to the principle of phonological resolution (Pullum and Zwicky, 1986) is not limited to spruce or syncretic forms.