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Oars other, else
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The adjectival quantifier oars other, else displays a different behaviour in some respects compared to other partitive adjectives.

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The definite partitive adjective shows variation between -e and -s inflection in case the nominal quantifier contains the definite article it the or the demonstrative dat that. However, oars else does not participate in this variation, but is required to take -e inflection only:

Example 1

a. Al it nijsgjirrig-e dat ik te hearren krige
all the interesting.PA that I to hear got
All the interesting stuff I heard about
b. Al it nijsgjirrich-s dat ik te hearren krige
all the interesting.PA that I to hear got
All the interesting stuff I heard about
c. Al it oar-e dat ik te hearren krige
all the other.PA that I to hear got
All the other stuff I heard about
d. *Al it oar-s dat ik te hearren krige
all the other.PA that I to hear got
All the other stuff I heard about
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