## Chapter 11. Numbers, numerals and quantifiers

An adjective modifying a quantified expression agrees in case with the noun, not the numeral.

Example 11.1. Case agreement in counted phrases

• za (gen)
• těch (gen)
• mizerných (acc)
• deset (gen)
• korun (gen)

1xLemma equal to the form, e.g. `1x`. Tag `Cv-------------`.

4x5It should be tokenized into three tokens, e.g. `4`, `x-5_^(náhr._symbolu_krát)`, and `5`.

tři stovky, dvacet tisíc lidí, necelých 9000

• sto and pětiset in sto-, pětiset- a tisícikoruny

Not solved. The closest existing tag is the one of first parts of hyphenated adjectives (`A2--------A----`). But a lemma of a numeral should not have an adjectival tag.

• Domníváme se, že poslední půl miliardy let udržuje...

What case should poslední get? Does it agree with půl (accusative), or with miliardy (genitive)? Solution: genitive should be preferred.

za těch patnáct let: patnáct = accusative, těch = genitive.

• Výsledkem bylo zase jen pár marek. pár can be a numeral (`C...[2367]`) or a noun (`N...[14]`). But in this particular context, it should be `C` due to agreement with the predicate and `N` due to the nominative case. Solution: use `ClXP1----------`, the morphological analyzer must be adjusted.