One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It is straightforward, for example, to describe arbitrary patterns of transitiveness, functionality, etc., in Common Logic.’
- ‘Spheres can be related to each other as parents, children or siblings; the transitiveness of the relationship properties also creates ancestral and descendant relations.’
- ‘Per se the question of transitiveness belongs to the idea of the verb itself, not to that of voice.’
- ‘The assumption of transitiveness needs to be mentioned as well.’
- ‘Where transitiveness results from the substantial meaning (like seeing), it seems to presume a subject complement.’
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