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1 TRANSITIVITY ANALYSIS TRANSITIVITY ANALYSIS PRACTICE 2° PART

2 Identify processes, participants and circumstances in the following clauses and label the processes as material, mental, relational, verbal, behavioural or existential.

3 In a first level of analysis, we have identified verbal and mental processes, their participants and circumstances. Now, in a second level of analysis, we are going to analyse the clauses in the locutions, in the case of verbal processes, or in the Metaphenomenon/idea, in the case of mental processes. Now, in a second level of analysis, we are going to analyse the clauses in the locutions, in the case of verbal processes, or in the Metaphenomenon/idea, in the case of mental processes.

4 They said they could make him the most beautiful suit, with magic cloth that only clever people could see. They said they could make him the most beautiful suit, with magic cloth that only clever people could see. What a wonderful suit to have! What a wonderful suit to have!

5 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg they Actor : they : the most beautiful suit... Goal: the most beautiful suit... could see. : him Beneficiary/ client: himmake Material Effective creative with magic cloth [[that only… could see]]. Manner: means Senser: The Emperor Attribute: What a wonderful suit to have Relational Attributive Possessive Comment: The corres- ponding statement could be: I may have a most wonderful suit

6 Ill know immediately who is clever Ill know immediately who is clever and who is stupid in my palace. and who is stupid in my palace.

7 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg Carrier:who Attribute:cleveris Relational Attributive Intensive in my palace Location: spatial Carrier:who Attribute:stupidis Relational Attributive Intensive in my palace Location: spatial

8 Oh dear, he thought, I hope I can see the magic cloth. Oh dear, he thought, I hope I can see the magic cloth. I hope I can see the magic cloth. I hope I can see the magic cloth.

9 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg I Senser: I Metaphenomen on/idea: I can see the magic cloth. hopeMental (affection) I Senser: I Phenomenon: the magic cloth. the magic cloth.see Mental (perception)

10 Oh, no! I cant see anything What can I say to the Emperor?

11 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg I Senser: I Phenomenon:anything seeMental (perception) I Sayer: I Verbiage:What Receiver: to the Emperor? sayVerbal Comment: What What stands for: which words or which story

12 Well?, said one tailor, Do you like the suit? Well?, said one tailor, Do you like the suit? Oh, it is excellent!, he said. Oh, it is excellent!, he said.

13 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg Senser: you the suit Phenomenon: the suitlike Mental (affection) it Carrier: it Attribute:excellentis Relational Attributive intensive

14 We are very pleased to hear that, said the tailors. Look, said the minister. Look, said the minister.

15 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg we Carrier: we Attribute: very pleased [[to hear that]]. are Relational Attributive intensive You Behaver: You (not explicitly stated)Look Behavioral mental

16 Arent the colours lovely? Arent the colours lovely? Oh yes, the suit is wonderful, thank you. Oh yes, the suit is wonderful, thank you.

17 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg the Carrier: thecolours Attribute:lovelyArent Relational Attributive intensive the Carrier: thesuit Attribute:wonderfulis Relational Attributive intensive

18 The Emperor isnt wearing any clothes!, he shouted. The Emperor isnt wearing any clothes!, he shouted. Oh, its true, the people said. Oh, its true, the people said.

19 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg : the Actor: theEmperor Range: any clothes isnt wearing MaterialMiddlewithRange it Carrier: it Attribute:trueis Relational Attributive intensive

20 Hes as naked as the day he was born! Hes as naked as the day he was born!

21 Partici-pant/sProcessProcessType/SubtypeCircum-stanceCategorySubcateg He Carrier: He Attribute: as naked [[as the day he was born]]. is Relational Attributive intensive The modal verbs in the text: can/ can´t/ could are not analysed for Transitivity as they are interpersonal elements, not experiential.


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