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2 nd : the world of experience must of necessity include the sum of human knowledge.
It will be remembered that part of the aim of semantics is to ‘’account for the number of readings of a sentence’’
Example: The bill is large. This sentence has two meanings. It can be disambiguated if we extend it with ………..but need not be paid. This extension is possible only with one of the meanings of bill.
1-if we only use highly structured aspects of sense relations,only a small part of meaning will ever be captured.
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Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
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