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THE INTERVAL SEMANTICS APPROACH
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accessibility-condition accessible activities and accomplishments activity-situation activity-time allow a reading allow the inclusion-reading allow the inference assumption co-extensive considered corresponding situation-time definition differences between Dutch Dowty Dutch activities Dutch and English Dutch present perfect Dutch sentences English activities evaluation evaluation-time event event-time final subsituation following sentences garden hence hold inaccessible inference that possibly initial subsituation interpretation interpretation-set interval-semantics Jan heeft Jan werkte John be ill John walk John write Jonathan know English language-independent languages main clause McCoard ment niet non-final non-minimal non-perfect situation o'clock past tense perfect in Dutch perfect situation plishments point-time adverbials possible progressive proper inclusion properly include relevant representation represented Richard river semantic sentence John simple past simple present tense sprak state-sentence subinterval subordinate clause swim temporal inclusion tence tense logic tenseless sentence tijdsas time-adverbials time-axis tion truth-conditions uation Vendler Vendler-classes verschillen versus Vlach whereas in English writing a letter zag Jan zijn