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Direct object thematic role
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Past participles assign the same thematic role as the one an active verb assigns to its direct object in a sentence in the active voice. This holds for the attributive construction and the remaining three key constructions (predicative, partitive, adverbial).

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More details about the direct object thematic role can be found by following the corresponding links:

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