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Semantic Interpretation … plus logic
Thedog noundet NP VP S chased verb theboy det NP noun ‘the-boy’ s.o. chased s.t. s.t. = the-boy s.o. chased the-boy s.o. = the-dog ‘the-dog’
Semantic interpretation rules ‘Transitive’ Events as two-place predicates “John chases the gnome”: person(John) & gnome (x) & chase (John, x)
Semantic interpretation rules S NP : JohnVP : chase (__, x) : chase (John,__)
Semantic interpretation rules S NP : xVP : e : e (x,__) S NP : JohnVP : chase (__, x) : chase (John,__)
Problem… What could the semantic representation of the following be? –The man ran quickly –The man chased the gnome quickly –The man went into the house –The man chased the gnome into the garden
John went S NP : JohnVP : went (__) : went (John)
John went S NP : John VP : went (__) : went (John) λx.[ go´ (x) ]J
Semantic Interpretation Rule S NP VP λx.[ VERB´ (x) ] X function composition
The man went quickly
The man went into the house
Theman noundet NP VP S went verb thehouse det NP noun PP into prep
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