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 Raising verbs appear to take a subject that actually belongs to a subordinate predicate semantically. The can be identifies by alternations such as "John seems sick" vs "it seems John is sick" or "I happen to own a boat" vs. "It so happens I own a boat". In both cases, the subject is predicated on in the embedded predicate (e.g. happens(I own a boat), not happen(I), or "I happen"​). In these cases, a subject 'it' will be attached as **expl**, and the clause is attached as **csubj**. Lexical subjects of verbs like "seem" are attached normally to "seem" at the syntactic level, not to the subordinate clause: Raising verbs appear to take a subject that actually belongs to a subordinate predicate semantically. The can be identifies by alternations such as "John seems sick" vs "it seems John is sick" or "I happen to own a boat" vs. "It so happens I own a boat". In both cases, the subject is predicated on in the embedded predicate (e.g. happens(I own a boat), not happen(I), or "I happen"​). In these cases, a subject 'it' will be attached as **expl**, and the clause is attached as **csubj**. Lexical subjects of verbs like "seem" are attached normally to "seem" at the syntactic level, not to the subordinate clause:
  
-TODO: change "to" to "mark" 
  
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-{{:gum:kim_seems_to_think_so.png?300|}}+
  
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gum/dependencies.txt · Last modified: 2021/11/13 18:11 by amir