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In Hengeveld's original proposals for the distinction between interpersonal and representational levels, the former embraced the propositional and the speech act layers of Dik's underlying clause structure, while the latter encompassed the predicate and predicational levels.
The role of Location has to be spelled out whenever the predicational frame requires this role to be specified independently from the discourse setting.
There are many different kinds of categoriality, such as the predicational, collective, disjunctive, additive, and relational; there are as many categorial forms as there are articulations that the grammar of various human languages and mathematics can generate.
1] is supposed to embody a predicational relation between a pragmatic subject (i.