semantic role

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As the evaluation of this candidate shows, however, the speaker thinks context and world knowledge may be insufficient for the hearer to tell the semantic role of the market place (i.e.
According to Bentley (2001), partitive ne-sentences contain a static predication similar to locative or existential constructions and involve those core arguments playing the semantic role of theme or patient.
Sem-actants are also more homogeneous than circumstantials in the following sense: a SemA corresponds to a semantically homogeneous class of expressions that all play the same semantic role with respect to L; a circumstantial corresponds to a heterogeneous class of expressions that play with respect to L rather different semantic roles.
Repair strategy 2: If the speaker already knows a marker for a participant role which is analogous to the participant role in the new situation, this marker is generalized and extended to a semantic role. If there are multiple analogies possible, the marker with the highest type frequency is preferred.
The situation is different for the semantic role of Direction, which can be omitted in appropriate discourse settings.
These can be best conceptualized as fulfilling the semantic role Means-- the anabaterion or 'sacrifice for fair voyage' (from anabaino 'go on board') is thus not the Instrument with which one gets on board, but the means to assure that one is going to do it.
A similar level of difficulty was experienced with example (m) where the elliptical phrase "so well as you" again raises an issue with semantic role assignment.
For the first vector [D.sub.1], if the conceptual graph CG contains a semantic role [r.sub.i] and it has [absolute value of [c.sub.j]] number concept attributes ([absolute value of [c.sub.j]] represents the number of concept attributes), [D.sub.1][j] = [absolute value of [c.sub.j]].
Many TB languages are reported to use disambiguating PMA marking when there is the possibility of confusion over semantic role assignment.
It addresses what a preconception is, how our preconception of the gods can be called innata (innate), the role played by epibolai (active mental focusing), and how preconceptions play a semantic role different from that of sayables in Stoicism.
Second, they use Semantic Role Labeling [4] to get semantic roles of arguments of an event trigger represented by either verb or noun.
The topics include the recovery of the ancient Hebrew language, the limits of usefulness of Semitic etymology in a biblical Hebrew lexicon, the interplay between Hebrew and Greek in biblical lexicography, the dynamic semantic role of etymology in the meaning of Greek biblical words, aspects of polysemy in biblical Greek, and the lexicon of Samaritan Hebrew according to the Samaritan Pentateuch tradition.
As Langacker (2008) further continues, in this model we can distinguish the semantic role of an agent, patient, instrument and locative.
pred' (x y) pred' (x, y) pred' (x) AGENT EFFECTOR LOCATION THEME PATIENT (GOAL) Thus, the thematic relations that can be ascribed to the arguments in the logical structures that have been presented so far are effector, which corresponds to the first argument of an activity (do' (x...)) and could be described as the doer of an action, which may or may not be willed or purposeful; the theme, which corresponds to the second argument of a two-place state predicate of location (predicate' (x, y)), including participants which are placed, moved, transferred, etc.; and just in the middle of the continuum fails the first location argument of predicate' (x, y), which in the case of the logical structure configuration BECOME be-LOC' (x, y)" is assigned the semantic role goal.
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