Cognition, Vol. 2, No. 2 by J. Mehler & T. G. Bever (Editors)

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Two unexplained sources of variation of acceptability appear in examples (I)-(3). The first concerns sentences (a) in which appears the collective noun sapini&e. Any sub-set of sentences (a) is non-acceptable to certain informants. We have no comment to make on this (nor indeed on other constructions with planter, such as ? Le trottoir ktaitplantk de badauds[The pavement was planted with people strolling up and down], une pelouse plant&e d’une estrade [a lawn planted with a platform], ? ). The other source has to do with Acceptability, the preference often expressed interpretation by informants and knowledge for sentences of the world (3) rather 207 than sentences (2).

Le trottoir ktaitplantk de badauds[The pavement was planted with people strolling up and down], une pelouse plant&e d’une estrade [a lawn planted with a platform], ? ). The other source has to do with Acceptability, the preference often expressed interpretation by informants and knowledge for sentences of the world (3) rather 207 than sentences (2). We have seen in $11 that the tendency to accept an adjective N-C and to refuse the verb N-er is very general and not very stable. It would seem that every native speaker sets a limit on his stock of verbs in a more or less arbitrary manner.

Une + des) (&claboussure[s] + traces zigzaguante[s]) occupe(nt) la toile. ), etc. , the available space is taken up by the presence of somebody or something). Perhaps there is some other verb than occupy which characterises better the semantic relationship existing between the ‘goal’ actant and the ‘theme’ actant of the permuted as opposed to the canonical constructions, but occupy will serve our purpose. , the presence of an actant in subject or object position, not preceded by a preposition, having the role of ‘goal’.

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