EL FILI
EL FILI
INTERSENTENTIALANAPHORA
INTRASENTENTIAL      ANAPHORA
LOCALDOMAIN                                                SNoun-phrase and SentenceSiblings of an NP or Sentence         ...
C-COMMANDAn NP/S’s Siblings and their sibling’s    S Children and grandchildren                                           ...
BOUNDVARIABLE                                  SInterpretation of a pronoun being                                         ...
Sheldon looked at himself.                                             S                                                  ...
Neil asked Mozzie if the feds asked about him.           S                         V                         P            ...
Every boy saw his book on the table.                  S                                 V                                 ...
Nang sabihin niyang walang papasok malibankay Basilio, pumasok ang binata.* A nonpronominal NP cannot co-refer with an NP ...
LOGICAL FORM
LOGICAL FORM               Nagkulong si Simoun sa kanyang silid.
LOGICAL FORM
LOGICAL FORM               Si Ibarra ay pumasok sa silid pagkatapos tingnan ni Maria Clara ang mukha ng sarili.
LOGICAL FORM
LOGICAL FORM               Ang lahat ng mga estudyante ay nagsipagalisan sa kanyang klase.
*
Intersective Adjectives
Subsective AdjectivesNON-INTERSECTIVE
Set-Property AdjectivesNON-INTERSECTIVE
<THE p1 (& (PEN p1) (BLUE p1) ) >                                    Logical Form
<THE p1 ((SMART1 CHILD1) p1) > <THE d1 ((SMART1 DOG1) d1) >                                 Logical Form
(CNP SEM (?semadj (SET ?semcnp)))  (ADJ ATYPE SET-PROPERTY SEM ?semadj) CNP SEM ?semcnp)<THE f1 ((FORMER (SET(λ a        ...
Happy ScaleComparative Adjectives
(ADJP SEM λ x (?semadjp x ?semnp))  (ADJP ATYPE COMPARATIVE SEM ?semadjp) (THAN) (NP SEM ?semnp)  (λ   x ( (MORE HAPPY-SC...
~
RELATIONALNOUNSNouns that are defined based on their relations toothers.“Ina ng sanggol”        “Kapatid ni Auring”
                                  STRATEGYSISTER OF xA person that is a sister of x.AUTHORA person that is an author ofso...
LOGICALFORM             (λ b λ p ( & (PERSON p)       (AUTHOR-OF b p)))        <THE b1 BOOK>(λ p ( & (PERSON p)       (AU...
LOGICALFORM(PAST (WAVE1 w1<THE a2 (& (PERSON a2)           (AUTHOR-OF (PRO b2 REL-N1) a2)) >(PRO u2 US1)))
LOGICALFORM<THE p1 (MURDER1 m1           [AGENT p1]           [THEME (NAME j1 “John”)])>
NOMINALIZATION
QUICKEXAMPLE<THE d1 (DESTROY d1          [AGENT <THE h1 HUNS1>]          [THEME <A c1 CITY1>])>
(A m1 : (MAN m1)       (PRES (BELIEVE b1              *EXPERIENCER (NAME j1 “JOHN”)+              [THEME                  ...
(PRES (BELIEVE b1       *EXPERIENCER (NAME j1 “John”)+       [THEME (PAST (A m1 : (MAN m1)                    (KISS k1 m1 ...
<THE p1 (&(PERSON p1) (WIN w1 p1 <THE c1 CONTEST>))> <THE b1 ((N-N-MOD SMOKE1 BOX) b1)>
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues
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Anaphora, Relational Nouns, and other Semantic Issues

  1. 1. EL FILI
  2. 2. EL FILI
  3. 3. INTERSENTENTIALANAPHORA
  4. 4. INTRASENTENTIAL ANAPHORA
  5. 5. LOCALDOMAIN SNoun-phrase and SentenceSiblings of an NP or Sentence V P N N V P P Si Ibarra ay nakipagusap sa sarili.
  6. 6. C-COMMANDAn NP/S’s Siblings and their sibling’s S Children and grandchildren V P N P C N P P P N N N V N P P P P Lenard saw Sheldon’s movie about him
  7. 7. BOUNDVARIABLE SInterpretation of a pronoun being VBounded by a universal Pquantifier N P C N P P P N N N V N P P P P the Every boy saw his book above table
  8. 8. Sheldon looked at himself. S V P P P N N V P P P Sheldon looked at himself* A reflexive pronoun must refer to an NP that C-Commands it and is in the same local domain
  9. 9. Neil asked Mozzie if the feds asked about him. S V P N P P P S V P P P N V N N N P P P P V P P Neil asked Mozzie if Burke about him asked* A nonreflexive pronoun cannot refer to a C-commanding NP within the same local domain.
  10. 10. Every boy saw his book on the table. S V P N P P P N N P V N P P Every P the saw his boy on table book* Bound Variable Constraint: A non-reflexive pronoun may be bound to the variable of auniversally quantified NP only if the NP C-Commands the pronoun
  11. 11. Nang sabihin niyang walang papasok malibankay Basilio, pumasok ang binata.* A nonpronominal NP cannot co-refer with an NP that C-commands it.* Maria Clara said to himself that it canspeak in English.* Two co-referential noun phrases must agree in number, gender, and person.
  12. 12. LOGICAL FORM
  13. 13. LOGICAL FORM Nagkulong si Simoun sa kanyang silid.
  14. 14. LOGICAL FORM
  15. 15. LOGICAL FORM Si Ibarra ay pumasok sa silid pagkatapos tingnan ni Maria Clara ang mukha ng sarili.
  16. 16. LOGICAL FORM
  17. 17. LOGICAL FORM Ang lahat ng mga estudyante ay nagsipagalisan sa kanyang klase.
  18. 18. *
  19. 19. Intersective Adjectives
  20. 20. Subsective AdjectivesNON-INTERSECTIVE
  21. 21. Set-Property AdjectivesNON-INTERSECTIVE
  22. 22. <THE p1 (& (PEN p1) (BLUE p1) ) > Logical Form
  23. 23. <THE p1 ((SMART1 CHILD1) p1) > <THE d1 ((SMART1 DOG1) d1) > Logical Form
  24. 24. (CNP SEM (?semadj (SET ?semcnp)))  (ADJ ATYPE SET-PROPERTY SEM ?semadj) CNP SEM ?semcnp)<THE f1 ((FORMER (SET(λ a (ARCHITECT a) )) ) f1) > Logical Form
  25. 25. Happy ScaleComparative Adjectives
  26. 26. (ADJP SEM λ x (?semadjp x ?semnp))  (ADJP ATYPE COMPARATIVE SEM ?semadjp) (THAN) (NP SEM ?semnp) (λ x ( (MORE HAPPY-SCALE) x (NAME j1 “Bart”))) (NAME l1 “Lisa”) =((MORE HAPPY-SCALE) (NAME l1 “Lisa”) (NAME j1 “Bart”)) Logical Form
  27. 27. ~
  28. 28. RELATIONALNOUNSNouns that are defined based on their relations toothers.“Ina ng sanggol” “Kapatid ni Auring”
  29. 29.  STRATEGYSISTER OF xA person that is a sister of x.AUTHORA person that is an author ofsomething
  30. 30. LOGICALFORM (λ b λ p ( & (PERSON p) (AUTHOR-OF b p))) <THE b1 BOOK>(λ p ( & (PERSON p) (AUTHOR-OF <THE b1 BOOK> p))
  31. 31. LOGICALFORM(PAST (WAVE1 w1<THE a2 (& (PERSON a2) (AUTHOR-OF (PRO b2 REL-N1) a2)) >(PRO u2 US1)))
  32. 32. LOGICALFORM<THE p1 (MURDER1 m1 [AGENT p1] [THEME (NAME j1 “John”)])>
  33. 33. NOMINALIZATION
  34. 34. QUICKEXAMPLE<THE d1 (DESTROY d1 [AGENT <THE h1 HUNS1>] [THEME <A c1 CITY1>])>
  35. 35. (A m1 : (MAN m1) (PRES (BELIEVE b1 *EXPERIENCER (NAME j1 “JOHN”)+ [THEME (PAST (KISS k1 m1 (NAME s1 “Sue”)))+)))
  36. 36. (PRES (BELIEVE b1 *EXPERIENCER (NAME j1 “John”)+ [THEME (PAST (A m1 : (MAN m1) (KISS k1 m1 (NAME s1 “Sue”)))+))
  37. 37. <THE p1 (&(PERSON p1) (WIN w1 p1 <THE c1 CONTEST>))> <THE b1 ((N-N-MOD SMOKE1 BOX) b1)>

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