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Semantic characterisation of superordinate structures in which V2s are found
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V2s may carry a restricted set of semantic roles with respect to the matrix clause in which they are semantically contained. They can function as semantic complements inside the following types of matrix clauses: matrix clauses of saying and attitude, matrix clauses of degree saso and matrix clauses of effect (or consequence), with a clause of cause introduced by the conjunct om'tbecause.

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