One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of the subject or object of a sentence) denoting an event.
- ‘We will argue that it is the well-established contrast between stative and eventive predicates that lies at the bottom of these effects.’
- ‘Yet, it might be argued, ordinary language allows for the relata to be described in eventive (imperfect nominal), factive (perfect nominal), and other forms.’
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