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    could you parse those structures? I believe some of them are noun phrases.

    How would you parse the following structures: i.e (1,2,3,4,5,6)
    1- The language is 2 - one thing that Id be worried about.
    3- My dog is 4- the thing that Id miss the most.
    5- My moms cooking is 6- something that Id really miss.

    Thank you very much for your help.

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    Re: could you parse those structures? I believe some of them are noun phrases.

    What do the numbers refer to?


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    Re: could you parse those structures? I believe some of them are noun phrases.

    number 1 refers to "The language is"
    number 2 refers to "one thing that Id be worried about"
    number 3 refers to "My dog is"
    number 4 refers to "the thing that Id miss the most"
    number 5 refers to "my mums cooking is"
    number 6 refers to "something that Id really miss"
    My question would be if all numbers are noun phrases and if not what are they. Please help me.

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