In this feature (based on WALS feature 91, by Matthew S. Dryer), we look at the order of degree words (adverbial modifiers) such as 'very', 'a little' and 'more', with respect to an attributive or predicative adjective. A language may have multiple values if different degree words occur in different positions. One language has a degree modifier that simultaneously precedes and follows the adjactive.
|Degree word precedes adjective||32||35||67|
|Degree word follows adjective||8||35||43|
|Degree word precedes and follows adjective||0||1||1|
|Id||Primary text||Analyzed text||Gloss||Translation||Type||Language||Audio||Details|