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We rely on Belletti and Rizzi's (1988) division of psych verbs into two main classes: verbs such as admire, like, love, with the Experiencer argument in subject position, and verbs like astonish, amaze, entertain, with the Experiencer role assigned to the NP in Object position:
In certain cases the suffix can distinguish different verb types: in reference verbs, the experiencer is inherent and occurs as object, whereas in other verb types only -b (malefactive) or -l (benefactive) occur (abbat-wa mota-bbat "her father died, unluckily for her").
Tragel and Habicht (2012 : 1386) point out that even if the translative construction in general is the most productive resultative construction, there are nevertheless restrictions on its use: it is normally not used in cases in which the change cannot be considered the result of an intentional action on the part of the change experiencer (*Poiss s a-i kurjategija-ks 'The boy became a criminal'), nor can it be used with processes intended as neutral (*Puu-d s a-i-d sugise-l varvilise-ks 'In fall the trees became colorful').
This event usually has over 20 Speakers, a Film Festival, tons of vendors as well as experiencer sessions.
Hence, in our work, we stand by the results of the measurements as signposts to the world from which they emerge, whilst reminding ourselves to return to the lived landscape of experience that can never fully or adequately be described but rather discloses the dialogue between the experiencer and the experienced.
Consistent with this claim, the Values, Attitudes, and Lifestyles (VALS) scale separates individuals into eight types by psychological attributes: Innovators, Thinkers, Achievers, Experiencers, Believers, Strivers, Makers, and Survivors.
Projet blanc failed to make space for such heterogeneity as the relationship between creator and experiencer remained distant.
Type 2 force/agent + active verb ofphysical impact + experiencer + instrument ['with' + (adj.
Se trata de un proceso mental-perceptivo sin ningun experiencer en el modo visual; por tanto, tampoco hay vectores, solo el fenomeno (el exterior a traves de la ventana).
The events in these inner worlds often had a significant meaning to the experiencer.
Simply focusing on someone's attractiveness, in essence concentrating on their body rather than their mind, makes you see her or him as less of an agent - someone who acts and plans - more of an experiencer," he explained.
Finally, the third step of this process of grammaticalization must have comprised the stative (locative) type exemplified by ceacbora 'yoke for buckets', which diverges from the transitive clausal correlate ('the buckets are on the yoke') in displaying a non-possessor experiencer and a location.