Valency Lexicon of Czech Verbs: Alternation-Based Model

  title={Valency Lexicon of Czech Verbs: Alternation-Based Model},
  author={Mark{\'e}ta Lopatkov{\'a} and Zdenek Zabokrtsk{\'y} and Karolina Skwarska},
The main objective of this paper is to introduce an alternation-based model of valency lexicon of Czech verbs VALLEX. Alternations describe regular changes in valency structure of verbs – they are seen as transformations taking one lexical unit and return a modified lexical unit as a result. We characterize and exemplify ‘syntactically-based’ and ‘semantically-based’ alternations and their effects on verb argument structure. The alternation-based model allows to distinguish a minimal form of… CONTINUE READING
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