Establishing semantic oppositions for the typification of predicates
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In this article we present our conception of diathesis alternations and how they intervene in the definition of a model of lexical entries. We consider that diathesis alternations are the syntactic realizations of oppositions of a more general semantic nature. We will see how they interact with other
components such as event structure and how different semantic classes of predicates arise from that interaction.