In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- A locative is essential to any expression involving put; even if the intended location is evident from the context, the locative may not be omitted.
- Trials were defined by which frame the locative term described.
- Where the formula is used of persons, copulative verbs or expressions that denote ‘being in Christ’ are usually locative, whereas active verbs may be either locative or instrumental.
- Forty trials each represented scenes and locative terms where both reference frames were correct, where the intrinsic frame was correct, and where the relative frame was correct.
- Participants saw the picture, followed by the locative term. in the simultaneous condition, the picture and locative term appeared at the same time.
- This is a locative noun, which is a grammatical category used when creating names for places in Algonquian.
- Experiment 1 showed a larger negativity between 300 and 375 ms after the locative term when the term did not apply to the intrinsic reference frame.
- Grammatical action here resides in the verb form chhu, expressing a locative state of being.
- Word stimuli consisted of three locative terms, left, right, and front.
- For me, ‘in the soup’ is one of the various locative idioms for being in trouble - up the creek, in a fix, in deep gumbo - and the AHD agrees.
- Doubtless the basic from of this noun exists in Mw., but we only recorded the locative form and thus now cannot be certain about what the correct vowel quantity is in the basic form.
- The locative case denotes the place where an action occurs.
- Non-personal expressions may be either locative or instrumental, though even in the latter instances the locative sense is not absent entirely, and hence he sees the locative notion is the most common.
- The deictic, directional, and locative constructions differ, however, with respect both to their semantics and to the kinds of items that are eligible to fill the X and V slots.
- As also reflected by the N400 in Experiment 1, participants appear to have more difficulty integrating the locative term to the relative frame interpretation of the picture.
- In these conditions, participants could process the picture prior to seeing the locative term.
- This experiment also used four canonical locative terms (right, left, front, and back) for completeness.
- First, the fact that we found no systematic differences between sentences with different locative prepositions is probably because of the specific types of locative prepositions in our experiment.
- The present study uses a simplified methodology from Taylor et al., requiring participants to respond to a single locative term instead of a descriptor phrase.
- RT was measured from onset of the locative term to key press.
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