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Languages use two distinct classes of verbs to encode the following distinct event types. Mutual events, in which participants share equal, reciprocal roles, are encoded by symmetrical verbs (e.g. meet). Non-mutual events, in which participants have distinct and non-reciprocal roles, are encoded by asymmetrical verbs (e.g. kick) These two classes of verbs… (More)