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Complexity in the Noun Phrase Structure of the Nigerian EFCC Act
International Journal of Linguistics and Translation Studies
This research examines the noun phrase structure in the EFCC Act. Other English phrases (verb, adjectival, adverbial, and prepositional phrases) are unimportant to this study except, of course, when they relate to noun phrase. The design for the research is qualitative/content analysis. The EFCC Act provides the data for the study. Noun phrases of different realisations are randomly selected from the text in order to establish the extent of their complexity or otherwise by categorizing thedoi:10.36892/ijlts.v1i1.12 fatcat:ynlyj4qvfbdpznocc43usdcvna