By Mirjam Fried, Kiki Nikiforidou
This quantity provides a number of the newest examine in body Semantics, together with paintings in computational lexicography as built in the FrameNet venture. utilizing diversified fabric from English, Italian, and jap, the contributions jointly extend the theoretical, conceptual, and computational gear of body semantics, by way of learning more than a few concerns relating not just lexical constitution, linked to cognitive frames, but in addition the fewer studied interactional frames and their dating to grammatical association. whereas addressing a couple of linguistic phenomena, reminiscent of verbs of visible conception, metaphoric language, subordinating connectives, paraphrasing, honorifics, yes pragmatic debris, simple speech acts, and the semantic structuring of criminal texts, the analyses additionally spotlight the wider query of integrating frames inside wealthy lexical and grammatical descriptions, no matter if within the context of lexicon-building assets, types for wisdom illustration, experimental modeling of language acquisition and processing, conceptual metaphor conception, paraphrase examine, or the communicative grounding of linguistic constitution.
Originally released in Constructions and Frames Vol. 3:1 (2011) and Vol. 2:2 (2010).
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25 5. dir. obj. + a-comp. + in-comp. â•⁄ 21 6. dir. obj. + che [that]-clause (relative) â•⁄ 17 7. dir. obj. + da [from]-comp. â•⁄ 16 8. dir. obj. + con [with]-comp. â•⁄ 16 9. dir. obj. + dietro [behind]-comp. â•⁄ 10 10. che-clause (declarative) â•⁄â•⁄ 8 11. dir. obj. + predicative â•⁄â•⁄ 7 12. dir. obj. + mentre [during]-clause â•⁄â•⁄ 6 13. dir. obj. + quando [when]-clause â•⁄â•⁄ 6 14. dir. obj. + tra [between]-comp. â•⁄â•⁄ 5 15. dir. obj. + attraverso [through]-comp. â•⁄â•⁄ 5 16. impersonal + dir.
Since Italian is a prodrop language, however, the subject argument was not included in the patterns extracted by our tool. The Phenomenon’s realizations are more varied. In the vast majority of cases it is expressed as a direct object (12): this is reflected by the very high frequency of this syntactic pattern. It can also be expressed as a declarative che [that]-clause (see sentence 13). We already saw that this pattern is quite rare with scorgere. Both patterns were included in our selection.
A train engine driver was the first to notice the explosive device [on the tracks]. â•‡ “Pseudorelative” clauses are constructions that occur with perception verbs in Italian. They are introduced by the relative pronoun che [that], but many of their structural characteristics differentiate them from regular relative clauses. For a discussion on the structural and semantic characteristics of pseudorelative clauses, see Guasti (1993:â•›141–147). Verbs of visual perception in Italian FrameNet 29 (20) Alle tre di mattina cominciava a scorgere [attraverso i vetri della finestra]Direction le prime luci dell’alba.
Advances in Frame Semantics by Mirjam Fried, Kiki Nikiforidou