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Rappaport H. M. (2005). Argument Realization. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [24] Fillmore, C. J. (1977). The Case for Case Reopened. In P. Cole, and J. M. Sadock (eds.), Syntax and Semantics 8: Grammatical relations, pages 59–81, New York, San Francisco, London, Academic Press. [25] Urešová Z., Fučíková E., and Hajičová E. (2018). CzEngClass – Towards a Lexicon of verb Synonyms with Valency linked to Semantic Roles. Jazykovedný časopis / Journal of Linguistics, 68(2), pages 364–371. [26] Urešová, Z., Fučíková, E., and Šindlerová, J. (2016). CzEngVallex: a

. vyd. Nakladatelství Lidové Noviny, Praha. [24] Palmer, M., Hwang, J. D., Brown, S. W., Kipper, S. K., and Lanfranchi, A. (2009). Leveraging lexical resources for the detection of event relations. In Proceedings of the AAAI 2009 Spring Symposium on Learning by Reading , pages 81–87, Stanford, CA. [25] Palmer, M., Gildea, D., and Kingsbury, P. (2005). The Proposition Bank: An Annotated Corpus of Semantic Roles. Computational Linguistics , 31(1):71–106. [26] Panevová, J. (1974). On verbal frames in Functional Generative Description. The Prague Bulletin of

Folia Linguistica 47/1 (2013), 253–291. doi 10.1515/flin.2013.010 issn 0165–4004, e-issn 1614–7308 © Mouton de Gruyter – Societas Linguistica Europaea The expression of first-person-singular subjects in spoken Peninsular Spanish and European Portuguese: Semantic roles and formulaic sequences1 Pekka Posio University of Helsinki The frequency of expressed first-person-singular subjects is significantly higher in European Portuguese (EP) than in Peninsular Spanish (PS). In both languages, subject expression is sensitive to the relative focusing of attention on

8 SEMANTIC ROLE STRUCTURE Up to now most 3f what I have had to say has been heuristically rather than theoretically inclined. The different kinds of informa- tion that are found in discourse, as well as the different sizes and shapes of structures that discourses can be segmented into, now need to be discussed in contexts in which it can be seen more clearly how they contribute what they do to discourse. The reason for bringing them up together in the preceding chapters was partly to give the reader an idea of the kinds of things that can be in- cluded in

Semantic Roles within a Contrastive Grammar of Latin and German Manfred Kienpointner In memoriam Eugenio Coseriu Summary This paper deals with the problem of defining and describing semantic roles. Methodologically, I follow Coseriu (1987), who argues for a sharp distinction between language-independent reference roles and language-specific semantic roles and criticizes earlier approaches which do not make this distinction. Recent contributions to the problem of defining and describing semantic roles or functions within Generative Grammar (Jackendoff 1991

A Pragmatist's Analysis of Montague's Theory of Sentence Meaning

Autostructural analysis of semantic roles* Jan Ter je Faarlund 1. Introduction In this paper I will adopt the view of linguistic organization which forms the basis of Autolexical Syntax CSadock 1985, 1987, and 1991) and Autosegmental Phonology (Goldsmith 1976 and 1989). In bringing together some basic tenets from the two theories, I will attempt to provide an account of semantic roles and argument structure as part of the semantic module of the grammar. I will follow Autolexical Syntax in viewing the semantic component as a distinct, autonomous module Juhani Rudanko Semantic roles as a factor affecting complement choice: a case study with data from COHA Abstract: This article examines to infinitive and to -ing complements of the adjec- tive unaccustomed using the entire COHA corpus. A first objective is to obtain information on the incidence of the two types of complements in recent English, and on whether there has been a change in their distribution over the last two centuries. A related question is whether any detectable change has been in accor- dance with the

Theoretical, Typological, and Psycholinguistic Perspectives

Sprachtypol. Univ. Forsch. (STUF), Berlin 54 (2001) 1,35-51 S I L V I A L U R A G H I (Pavia) Syncretism and the classification of semantic roles* Abstract The paper is devoted to the relations among semantic roles. As a tool to understand which roles are cognitively close to each other instances of syncretism are described from languages belonging to different families. Special attention is paid to unattested or infrequent types of syncretism. It is suggested that semantic factors inherent in the prototypes of each semantic role interact with syntactic