As in WALS feature 90 (by Matthew S. Dryer), we define a relative clause as a clause that helps narrow the reference of a noun (the head) and in which the referent of the noun head has a semantic role. This feature is concerned with the order of ordinary attributive relative clauses, and with some special subtypes of relative clauses:
Internally headed relative clauses are not adjacent to the notional head, but contain it inside them.
The head of a correlative relative clause occurs inside the relative clause together with a relative marker and is taken up by a resumptive demonstrative-like element in the main clause.
An adjoined relative clause is one which does not occur adjacent to the head noun and is not specially marked as relative clause.
|Relative clause follows noun||64||8||72|
|Relative clause precedes noun||2||3||5|
|Internally-headed relative clause||0||1||1|
|Correlative relative clause||1||2||3|
|Adjoined relative clause||0||3||3|
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