Template:he-usage-PP-adj

While used much as an adjective, he-usage-PP-adj is grammatically a prepositional phrase, and therefore does not inflect for gender, number, or definiteness.


The following documentation is located at Template:he-usage-PP-adj/documentation. [edit]


UsageEdit

Hebrew frequently uses prepositional phrases where English uses adjectives. While it's useful to include these here, even when they might be considered sum of parts, it's important to make clear that these phrases are not really adjectives, and don't inflect in the way that real adjectives do. This can be done with a usage note, like so:

====Usage notes====
* {{he-usage-PP-adj}}

which produces:

Usage notes

  • While used much as an adjective, he-usage-PP-adj is grammatically a prepositional phrase, and therefore does not inflect for gender, number, or definiteness.
Note that this section should be nested under the appropriate Adjective section.
Last modified on 24 July 2013, at 18:41