One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Denoting a verb that takes a clausal object which may or may not designate a true fact, e.g. believe as opposed to know.
- ‘This investigation studied the development of certain predicates called factives, such as "sad,""happy,""know," and "true," by studying the semantic effects of negation on the complements of both factive and non-factive predicates.’
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