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In the Adjective condition, the comparison stimuli were pictures of the same puppet (Fafa) with different facial (emotional) expressions, and the sample stimuli were adjectives (the Portuguese equivalents of /angry/, /happy/, /sad/).
The adjectives that differentiate a brand provide the customer with satisfaction and benefits for which they are willing to pay" (Wood, 2000, p.
5) But even among the primary adjectives timer(i) is
For adjectives, the following words were collected to represent the conceptual category of 'size and shape': fat, tall, hard, deep, oval, big, small, round, narrow, slim, square, sharp, solid, light, dense, long, giant, thin, tiny and short.
A corpus-based methodology is employed to identify the main adjectives expressing 'relevance' and the entities they evaluate in the opinion section of English and Spanish newspapers.
In English, compound adjectives constitute a powerful device to compress information into a lexical unit consisting of two (occasionally more) bases.
Readers discover the nuances of language as they look at adjectives that vary in intensity and those with closely related meanings.
The results suggest that children have knowledge of the generic and existential interpretations associated with ser and estar, but that, in addition, they use the semantic structure of adjectives and their knowledge of the world (typicality of properties and how they apply to animate v.
Modifiers can be single words like adjectives and adverbs, or they can be groups of words like phrases or clauses.
When we use adjectives to describe something, we actually classify, categorize, or label it by making it part of a group.
POS tagger is used to tag verbs, adjectives and adverbs [16].
The categorial space between adjectives and adverbs has been the subject of much discussion, among others, on account of their formal, syntactic and semantic proximity.