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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)
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Semantic interpretation rules S NP : xVP : e : e (x,__) S NP : JohnVP : chase (__, x) : chase (John,__)
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The man went quickly
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