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Property concept words (PCs) are lexical items in a language that play adjectival role. The paper examined the morphological and syntactic properties of three word classes in Ga, a Kwa language, of the Niger Congo branch. The paper established that though there are adjectives in Ga which commonly play the adjectival roles, nouns and verbs can also perform that function. Morphologically, most of the adjectives used as property concepts agreed with the head noun in number, with the exception ofdoi:10.15640/ijlc.v4n2a5 fatcat:t3qjf72jrfgvrlhjrou52schne