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Verbs naturally dictate the features, number and capabilities of the arguments that participate in their clauses.
Such participants may be overt as well as covert in overt syntax.
Communicators have background knowledge of these conceptual facts as such, conceptualize the implication of utterances even when the co-participants in a verbal situation are underspecified.
Verbs and their argument thus, anticipate the semantic-syntactic features in interaction.
A verb may change the semantic role of its argument in much the same way as an argument modifies the features of a verbal base through verbal extensions especially when the argument lacks the capability to execute the situation expressed by it.
This is the crux which this study elucidates in Izón.
Dr Celestina Kekai has a BA (English), MA Linguistics and a Ph.D in Linguistics.
She also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Education and currently teaches English at the Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko.
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