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Ze dronken whisky. They were drinking whisky. The following lexical entry: (15) (drinken, [+V, +--(Noun Phrase)#, ... +[+Animate, ... ] ux--Det+[+Mass, +Fluid ... ]... ]) would account for (l2a) and (l4a). We might add a feature like [+Quantity] to (15) in connection with the presence of een liter in (13a). Consider also the following sentences: (12b) (13b) (14b) Ze dronken urenlang. They were drinking for hours. *Ze dronken urenlang een liter whisky. *They were drinking a litre of whisky for hours.

Of course, the symbol 'GO' does not reveal anything that could be used in our grammar to make generalizations and it should be replaced by inherent nodes subcategorizing Verbs. Thus, for example, we could say that enter as well as go are Movement Verbs (as distinct from look) just as we say that hunter and rifle are Count Nouns (as distinct from water). It will be clear that a simultaneous environment ("the semantic field of a word" - Gruber, 1967c: 85) cannot be empty. It will also be understood that some of the context-dependent subcategorial information of Chomsky's lexical entries of Verbs is taken as inherent information in entries like (VII).

Greetje walked as far as the third tree after the intersection. The lexical entry for wandelen (walk) in (la) would have the following form: (11) (wandelen, [ + V, +-(Prep PhraseDuration) #, + ... , +[+Human, ... ] Aux- ... Det+[+Temporal, +Duration, ... ]... ]) The complex symbol of (11) contains the information that wandelen can be inserted in the environment of a Durational Adverbial. The contextual feature [+-Prep PhraseDuration] indicates that we can have a string of the form V-Prep PhraseDuratiom where V is wandelen.

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