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==Definition==
 
'''Source''' is a one of the possible [[semantic role]]s of a [[verb]], indicating the place or object where the movement expressed by the verb starts.
 
'''Source''' is a one of the possible [[semantic role]]s of a [[verb]], indicating the place or object where the movement expressed by the verb starts.
  
=== Example ===
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== Example ==
 
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In ''John received a book from Mary'' Mary is the source of the movement of the book (the [[theme]]) to John (the [[goal]]).
in ''John received a book from Mary'' Mary is the source of the movement of the book (the [[theme]]) to John (the [[goal]]).
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=== Links ===
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== Links ==
 
[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Source&lemmacode=239 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
 
[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Source&lemmacode=239 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
  
=== References ===
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== References ==
 
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* Fillmore, C.J. 1968. ''The Case for Case,'' in: E. Bach & R.T. Harms (eds.) Universals In Linguistic Theory, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York.
 
* Fillmore, C.J. 1968. ''The Case for Case,'' in: E. Bach & R.T. Harms (eds.) Universals In Linguistic Theory, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York.
 
* Gruber, J. 1965. ''Studies in lexical relations,'' doctoral dissertation, MIT
 
* Gruber, J. 1965. ''Studies in lexical relations,'' doctoral dissertation, MIT
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[[Category:Semantics]]
 
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Latest revision as of 09:26, 4 November 2014

Definition

Source is a one of the possible semantic roles of a verb, indicating the place or object where the movement expressed by the verb starts.

Example

In John received a book from Mary Mary is the source of the movement of the book (the theme) to John (the goal).

Links

Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics

References

  • Fillmore, C.J. 1968. The Case for Case, in: E. Bach & R.T. Harms (eds.) Universals In Linguistic Theory, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York.
  • Gruber, J. 1965. Studies in lexical relations, doctoral dissertation, MIT
  • Jackendoff, R. 1990. Semantic Structures, Cambridge, MIT-Press.
  • Jackendoff, R. 1983. Semantics and cognition, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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