Aspect Property (Q23522)

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Aspect Property
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    "The term 'aspect'; designates the perspective taken on the internal temporal organisation of the event, and different values of the Aspect Feature distinguish different ways of viewing the internal temporal constituency of the same event [Comrie 1976, 3ff], after [Holt 1943, 6; Bybee 2003, 157]. The 'event is understood here as a general term covering any situation type (a state, activity, accomplishment, achievement, etc.) as expressed by the verb phrase of the construction. Unlike Tense Feature, which expresses event-external time and is deictic, Aspect Feature is event-internal and non-deictic, as it is not concerned with relating the time of the event to any other time point. Aspect Property is assigned to clauses on the basis of semantics: an aspect value is selected for the clause from the range of aspect values available in the given language. Aspect Property is typically realised on the verb, but it may be found expressed multiply on different elements in the same clause. It "
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    ( [lemma="aspect"] [lemma="property"] within <s/> )
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