C8 to C7 mapping file.

NS 2011-5-14.

APPGE -> APPGE:

possessive pronoun, pre-nominal (e.g. “my”, “your”, “our”)

AT -> AT:

article (e.g. “the”, “no”)

AT1 -> AT1:

singular article (e.g. “a”, “an”, “every”)

BCL -> BCL:

before-clause marker (e.g. “in order (that)”, “in order (to)”)

CC -> CC:

coordinating conjunction (e.g. “and”, “or”)

CCB -> CCB:

adversative coordinating conjunction (“but”)

CS -> CS:

subordinating conjunction (e.g. “if”, “because”, “unless”, “so”, “for”)

CSA -> CSA:

“as” (as conjunction)

CSN -> CSN:

“than” (as conjunction)

CST -> CST:

“that” (as conjunction)

CSW -> CSW:

“whether” (as conjunction)

DA -> DA:

after-determiner or post-determiner capable of pronominal function (e.g. “such”, “former”, “same”)

DA1 -> DA1:

singular after-determiner (e.g. “little”, “much”)

DA2 -> DA2:

plural after-determiner (e.g. “few”, “several”, “many”)

DAR -> DAR:

comparative after-determiner (e.g. “more”, “less”, “fewer”)

DAT -> DAT:

superlative after-determiner (e.g. “most”, “least”, “fewest”)

DB -> DB:

before determiner or pre-determiner capable of pronominal function (“all”, “half”)

DB2 -> DB2:

plural before-determiner (“both”)

DD -> DD:

determiner (capable of pronominal function) (e.g “any”, “some”)

DD1 -> DD1:

singular determiner (e.g. “this”, “that”, “another”)

DD2 -> DD2:

plural determiner (“these”, “those”)

DDL -> DDQ:

c8_only: wh-determiner, relative (“which”)

DDLGE -> DDQGE:

c8_only: wh-determiner, relative, genitive (“whose”)

DDQ -> DDQ:

wh-determiner, interrogative (“which”, “what”)

DDQGE -> DDQGE:

wh-determiner, interrogative, genitive (“whose”)

DDQV -> DDQV:

wh-ever determiner, interrogative (“whichever”, “whatever”)

EX -> EX:

existential “there”

FO -> FO:

formula

FU -> FU:

unclassified word

FW -> FW:

foreign word

GE -> GE:

germanic genitive marker – (“‘” or “‘s”)

IF -> IF:

“for” (as preposition)

II -> II:

general preposition

IO -> IO:

“of” (as preposition)

IW -> IW:

“with”, “without” (as prepositions)

JJ -> JJ:

general adjective

JJR -> JJR:

general comparative adjective (e.g. “older”, “better”, “stronger”)

JJT -> JJT:

general superlative adjective (e.g. “oldest”, “best”, “strongest”)

JK -> JK:

catenative adjective (“able” in “be able to”, “willing” in “be willing to”)

MC -> MC:

cardinal number, neutral for number (“two”, “three”..)

MC1 -> MC1:

singular cardinal number (“one”)

MC2 -> MC2:

plural cardinal number (e.g. “sixes”, “sevens”)

MCGE -> MCGE:

genitive cardinal number, neutral for number (“two’s”, “100’s”)

MCMC -> MCMC:

hyphenated number (“40-50”, “1770-1827”)

MD -> MD:

ordinal number (e.g. “first”, “second”, “next”, “last”)

MF -> MF:

fraction, neutral for number (e.g. “quarters”, “two-thirds”)

ND1 -> ND1:

singular noun of direction (e.g. “north”, “southeast”)

NN -> NN:

common noun, neutral for number (e.g. “sheep”, “cod”, “headquarters”)

NN1 -> NN1:

singular common noun (e.g. “book”, “girl”)

NN2 -> NN2:

plural common noun (e.g. “books”, “girls”)

NNA -> NNA:

following noun of title (e.g. “M.A.”)

NNB -> NNB:

preceding noun of title (e.g. “Mr.”, “Prof.”)

NNL1 -> NNL1:

singular locative noun, in naming expression (e.g. “Island”, “Street”)

NNL2 -> NNL2:

plural locative noun (e.g.”Islands”, as in “Virgin Islands”)

NNO -> NNO:

numeral noun, neutral for number (e.g. “dozen”, “hundred”)

NNO2 -> NNO2:

numeral noun, plural (e.g. “hundreds”, “thousands”)

NNT1 -> NNT1:

temporal noun, singular (e.g. “day”, “week”, “year”)

NNT2 -> NNT2:

temporal noun, plural (e.g. “days”, “weeks”, “years”)

NNU -> NNU:

unit of measurement, neutral for number (e.g. “in”, “cc”)

NNU1 -> NNU1:

singular unit of measurement (e.g. “inch”, “centimetre”)

NNU2 -> NNU2:

plural unit of measurement (e.g. “ins.”, “feet”)

NP -> NP:

proper noun, neutral for number (e.g. “IBM”, “Andes”)

NP1 -> NP1:

singular proper noun (e.g. “London”, “Jane”, “Frederick”)

NP2 -> NP2:

plural proper noun (e.g. “Browns”, “Reagans”, “Koreas”)

NPD1 -> NPD1:

singular weekday noun (e.g. “Sunday”)

NPD2 -> NPD2:

plural weekday noun (e.g. “Sundays”)

NPM1 -> NPM1:

singular month noun (e.g. “October”)

NPM2 -> NPM2:

plural month noun (e.g. “Octobers”)

PN -> PN:

indefinite pronoun, neutral for number (“none“)

PN1 -> PN1:

indefinite pronoun, singular (e.g. “anyone”, “everything”, “nobody”, “one”)

PNLO -> PNQO:

c8_only: objective wh-pronoun, relative (“whom”)

PNLS -> PNQS:

c8_only: subjective wh-pronoun, relative (“whom”)

PNQO -> PNQO:

objective wh-pronoun, interrogative (“whom”)

PNQS -> PNQS:

subjective wh-pronoun, interrogative (“who”)

PNQV -> PNQV:

wh-ever pronoun (“whoever”)

PNX1 -> PNX1:

reflexive indefinite pronoun (“oneself”)

PPGE -> PPGE:

nominal possessive personal pronoun (e.g. “mine”, “yours”)

PPH1 -> PPH1:

3rd person sing. neuter personal pronoun (“it”)

PPHO1 -> PPHO1:

3rd person sing. objective personal pronoun (“him”, “her”)

PPHO2 -> PPHO2:

3rd person plural objective personal pronoun (“them”)

PPHS1 -> PPHS1:

3rd person sing. subjective personal pronoun (“he”, “she”)

PPHS2 -> PPHS2:

3rd person plural subjective personal pronoun (“they”)

PPIO1 -> PPIO1:

1st person sing. objective personal pronoun (“me”)

PPIO2 -> PPIO2:

1st person plural objective personal pronoun (“us”)

PPIS1 -> PPIS1:

1st person sing. subjective personal pronoun (“I”)

PPIS2 -> PPIS2:

1st person plural subjective personal pronoun (“we”)

PPX1 -> PPX1:

singular reflexive personal pronoun (e.g. “yourself”, “itself”)

PPX2 -> PPX2:

plural reflexive personal pronoun (e.g. “yourselves”, “themselves”)

PPY -> PPY:

2nd person personal pronoun (“you”)

RA -> RA:

adverb, after nominal head (e.g. “else”, “galore”)

REX -> REX:

adverb introducing appositional constructions (“namely”, “e.g.”)

RG -> RG:

degree adverb (“very”, “so”, “too”)

RGQ -> RGQ:

wh- degree adverb (“how”)

RGQV -> RGQV:

wh-ever degree adverb (“however”)

RGR -> RGR:

comparative degree adverb (“more”, “less”)

RGT -> RGT:

superlative degree adverb (“most”, “least”)

RL -> RL:

locative adverb (e.g. “alongside”, “forward”)

RP -> RP:

prep. adverb, particle (e.g “about”, “in”)

RPK -> RPK:

prep. adv., catenative (“about” in “be about to”)

RR -> RR:

general adverb

RRQ -> RRQ:

wh- general adverb (“where”, “when”, “why”, “how”)

RRQV -> RRQV:

wh-ever general adverb (“wherever”, “whenever”)

RRR -> RRR:

comparative general adverb (e.g. “better”, “longer”)

RRT -> RRT:

superlative general adverb (e.g. “best”, “longest”)

RT -> RT:

quasi-nominal adverb of time (e.g. “now”, “tomorrow”)

TO -> TO:

infinitive marker (“to”)

UH -> UH:

interjection (e.g. “oh”, “yes”, “um”)

VAB0 -> VB0:

c8_only: base form of verb “BE” (auxiliary), imperative or subjunctive

VABDR -> VBDR:

c8_only: “were” (auxiliary)

VABDZ -> VBDZ:

c8_only: “was” (auxiliary)

VABG -> VBG:

c8_only: “being” (auxiliary)

VABI -> VBI:

c8_only: “be” infinitive (auxiliary)

VABM -> VBM:

c8_only: “am” (auxiliary)

VABN -> VBN:

c8_only: “been” (auxiliary)

VABR -> VBR:

c8_only: “are” (auxiliary)

VABZ -> VBZ:

c8_only: “is” (auxiliary)

VAD0 -> VD0:

c8_only: base form of verb “DO” (auxiliary), indicative, imperative or subjunctive

VADD -> VDD:

c8_only: “did” (auxiliary)

VADZ -> VDZ:

c8_only: “does” (auxiliary)

VAH0 -> VH0:

c8_only: base form of “HAVE” (auxiliary), indicative, imperative or subjunctive

VAHD -> VHD:

c8_only: “had” (past tense)

VAHG -> VHG:

c8_only: “having”

VAHI -> VHI:

c8_only: “have” infinitive

VAHZ -> VHZ:

c8_only: “has”

VM -> VM:

modal auxiliary (“can”, “will”, “would”, etc.)

VMK -> VMK:

modal catenative (“ought”, “used”)

VV0 -> VV0:

base form of lexical verb (e.g. “give”, “work”)

VVB0 -> VB0:

c8_only: base form of “BE” (lexical vb), imperative or subjunctive

VVBDR -> VBDR:

c8_only: “were” (lexical vb)

VVBDZ -> VBDZ:

c8_only: “was” (lexical vb)

VVBG -> VBG:

c8_only: “being” (lexical vb)

VVBI -> VBI:

c8_only: “be” infinitive (lexical vb)

VVBM -> VBM:

c8_only: “am” (lexical vb)

VVBN -> VBN:

c8_only: “been” (lexical vb)

VVBR -> VBR:

c8_only: “are” (lexical vb)

VVBZ -> VBZ:

c8_only: “is” (lexical vb)

VVD -> VVD:

past tense of lexical verb (e.g. “gave”, “worked”)

VVD0 -> VD0:

c8_only: base form of verb “do” (finite)

VVDD -> VDD:

c8_only: “did”

VVDG -> VDG:

c8_only: “doing”

VVDI -> VDI:

c8_only: “do” infinitive (“I may do…” “To do…”)

VVDN -> VDN:

c8_only: “done”

VVDZ -> VDZ:

c8_only: “does”

VVG -> VVG:

-ing participle of lexical verb (e.g. “giving”, “working”)

VVGK -> VVGK:

-ing participle catenative (“going” in “be going to”)

VVH0 -> VH0:

c8_only: base form of verb “HAVE” (finite)

VVHD -> VHD:

c8_only: “had” (past tense)

VVHG -> VHG:

c8_only: “having”

VVHI -> VHI:

c8_only: “have” infinitive

VVHN -> VHN:

c8_only: “had” (past participle)

VVHZ -> VHZ:

c8_only: “has”

VVI -> VVI:

infinitive (e.g. “to give…” “It will work…”)

VVN -> VVN:

past participle of lexical verb (e.g. “given”, “worked”)

VVNK -> VVNK:

past participle catenative (e.g. “bound” in “be bound to”)

VVZ -> VVZ:

-s form of lexical verb (e.g. “gives”, “works”)

WPR -> CST:

c8_only: relative pronoun, “that”

XX -> XX:

“not”, “n’t”

YBL -> YBL:

punctuation tag – left bracket

YBR -> YBR:

punctuation tag – right bracket

YCOL -> YCOL:

punctuation tag – colon

YCOM -> YCOM:

punctuation tag – comma

YDSH -> YDSH:

punctuation tag – dash

YEX -> YEX:

punctuation tag – exclamation mark

YLIP -> YLIP:

punctuation tag – ellipsis

YQUE -> YQUE:

punctuation tag – question mark

YQUO -> YQUO:

punctuation tag – quotes

YSCOL -> YSCOL:

punctuation tag – semicolon

YSTP -> YSTP:

punctuation tag – full-stop

ZZ1 -> ZZ1:

singular letter of the alphabet (e.g. “A”, “b”)

ZZ2 -> ZZ2:

plural letter of the alphabet (e.g. “A’s”, “b’s”)