Monday, January 21st, 2013 @ 10:15AM

A syntactic or lexical category that is argued to be universal. It is often distinguished by its morphological shape in comparison to other categories or by its ability to inflect or be modified in ways that other categories cannot. Structurally adjectives can be attributive and be noun adjuncts or be predicative and come after a copular verb or appear as a stative verb. (Morphology, Syntax)

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