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The progressive with state predicates
The interpretative progressive
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addressee adjectives agentive ambiguity argue aspectual asserted basic behaviour Buyssens call that unfair cates choice claim clearly close fit conjunction reduction consider covert predicates denoting discussion distinction duration durative aspect dynamic English epistemological event situation event-denoting examples experiencer explain express fact feel grammatical person gressive hear illocutionary acts illocutionary force illocutionary verbs implicature indicate interpretative progressive Jespersen John is angry John seems angry John's Lakoff Leech lexicon linguistic loose fit predicates merely mind natural non-referring normally nouns obviously perfective aspect person subjects possible presupposed private predicates progres progressive and non-progressive progressive construction progressive form propositional content Psych Movement reason refer regard Schopf seem2 semantic sensation sense simple form sive smell sound speaker speech acts stands in Trafalgar state-denoting predicates statue suggest syntactic take the progressive taste temporary tences tion Trafalgar Square transformationally underlying structure utterance Zandvoort Zwicky and Sadock