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Immediately after the statement of event entities: a)gw AQSG +imp. (Tra. act. ) 1 2 3 Agt Thm Goa N N P/ei0j ba&llw AQSG –imp. (Tra. act. ) 1 2 3 Agt Thm Goa N N P/ei0j c. Perspective Although the event of transference incorporates four logical entities, Greek (and English) verbs can require completion by, and so govern without ambiguity the relationships among, at most three required arguments. Greek and English conceptualizations address this disparity in logical/semantic requirements by assuming one of two perspectives on the initiation of the event, at which the Theme is coincident with the Source and beginning its motion in the direction of the Goal.

Thus, the 2 Jackendoff, ‘Proper Treatment’, pp. 317–18. Usage, Event, and Semantic Features 21 entity that falls (pi/ptw) functions as a Theme throughout its motion; whereas the Theme that comes (e1rxomai) functions as an Agent at the initiation of its motion. c. The Event of Effect The event of effect logically includes two entities: one who acts and who or what is acted on. These descriptions correspond to the thematic roles, Agent and Patient. This event involves no reference to a locale (Source or Goal).

Has given all things in his hand *The father . . has given all things into his hand *The father . . has placed all things in his hand o( path_r . . pa&nta de/dwken e0n th=| xeiri\ au0tou= The first translation is rejected because ‘give’ has the Goal usage as its basic usage and so cannot be completed by a Locative complement with usages of transference. Thus, this translation is grammatical only if the verb is interpreted with a usage of effect, in which the second argument functions as a Patient and the Locative adjunct completes and specifies the locale of the action or Patient.

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