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English Grammar Tests. Part I. Morphology (Англійська мова: by Кучма, Марія

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Cf. ) c. I worry easily. (cf. ) d. Children bore easily. (cf. ) This asymmetry is a problem for the view that the two types of experiencer predicates share the same essential argument structure—the theme being a complement and the experiencer a specifier in the internal Pprojection complement of the verbal head. This arrangement is shown in (18a,b), the assumed lexical configurations for respect the truth and anger politicians (abstracting away from conflation, as usual). (18) The problem could be these structures themselves, of course.

Conflation and selection (chapter 3), b. merge and obviation (chapter 2), c. active and stative (chapter 7). In this section, we merely introduce these topics, leaving a fuller treatment for the chapters noted in (40). 1 Conflation and Selection Conflation is a term we use to refer to the phonological instantiation of light verbs in denominal verb constructions. Specifically, conflation has to do with the problem of how the verb ends up carrying the phonological matrix of its nominal complement, as in examples like (2) and (10a), the relevant structures for which are repeated in (41).

We think this is probably true, though it is hard to argue for it in some cases—does loving someone leave that person una¤ected? The issue becomes a philosophical question rather than a grammatical one. However, if we look at the problem from a di¤erent point of view, there is perhaps something that can be said of a grammatical nature. , respect, anger) and the internal and external arguments of the transitive verb. And consider as well the expressions cited in (19) and (20), which bear a quasi-paraphrastic semantic relation to corresponding subject-experiencer verbs.

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