I am working on CCG (combinatory categorial grammar), which assigns categories to words.
So I was wondering if 'leg' is adjective, or just another noun in the phrase "skipping leg days". Or is "leg day" a noun phrase by itself? I mean do they combine to become "leg days", or "leg days" is already a form?
CCG would give leg a 'N' tag, and days a 'NP\N'. Meaning, days need a NOUN to its left to combine and become a NOUN PHRASE, that slash in between implies us this. A background info about this combinator is below;
Y : a X\Y : f ⇒ X : fa (Backward Application : <)
leg days N NP\N -----------< leg days NP