Predicate: argue

Roleset id: argue.01 , provide an argument, say, make an argument for or against something, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

argue.01: ARGUE-V NOTES: VN updated by Julia. No VNcls-- Vncls's fit better with other sense. See FN for structure. Comparison with say. (from argue.01-v) ARGUMENT-N NOTES: Based on verb entry argue.01; corresponding Vncls's fit better with other sense. (from argument.01-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
argue (v.)Reasoning Evidence
argument (n.)Reasoning Evidence

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: speaker
        Arg1-PPT: argument
        Arg2-GOL: listener

Example: typical usage

        Program traders argue that a reinstatement of the rule would destroy the ``pricing efficiency'' of the futures and stock markets.

        Arg0: Program traders
        Rel: argue
        Arg1: that a reinstatement of the rule would destroy the ``pricing efficiency'' of the futures and stock markets

Example: with listener

        John passionately argued his case to Mary.

        Arg0: John
        Argm-mnr: passionately
        Rel: argued
        Arg1: his case
        Arg2: to Mary

Example: All Arguments

        Darnton extends his argument to the scandalous libelles against Marie Antoinette.

        Arg0: his
        Rel: argument
        Arg2: to the scandalous libelles
        Arg1: against Marie Antoinette

Example: Args 0 & 1

        Her husband was not convinced by her argument that they needed a bigger house.

        Arg0: her
        Rel: argument
        Arg1: that they needed a bigger house.

Roleset id: argue.02 , argue with, have an argument with someone else, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

argue.02: ARGUE-V NOTES: Member of Vncls correspond-36.1-1-1, battle-36.4-1, chit_chat-37.6. Comparison with compete, negotiate (from argue.02-v) ARGUMENT-N NOTES: Based on verb entry argue.02; corresponds to Vncls correspond-36.1-1-1, battle-36.4-1, chit_chat-37.6. (from argument.02-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
argument (n.)Quarreling
argue (v.)Quarreling

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: first arguer (vnrole: 36.1-1-1-agent, 36.4-1-agent, 37.6-agent)
        Arg1-COM: second arguer (vnrole: 36.1-1-1-co-agent, 36.4-1-co-agent, 37.6-co-agent)
        Arg2-PPT: topic (vnrole: 36.1-1-1-theme, 36.4-1-topic, 37.6-topic)

Example: I can't believe this hasn't occurred yet

        John argued with Mary about the cause of his noxious foot odor.

        Arg0: John
        Rel: argued
        Arg1: with Mary
        Arg2: about the cause of his noxious foot odor

Example: merged arguers

        John and Mary argued about the cause of his noxious foot odor.

        Arg0: John and Mary
        Rel: argued
        Arg2: about the cause of his noxious foot odor

Example: All arguments

        She could have stayed at the clinic and finished her argument with Franck about the relative merits of realism in television.

        Arg0: her
        Rel: arguement
        Arg1: with Franck
        Arg2: about the relative merits of realism in television.


Predicate: arguable

Roleset id: arguable.03 , able to provide an argument for, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

arguable.03: ARGUABLE-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT-1, relation to argue-v.01. (from arguable.01-j)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
arguable (j.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: arguer
        Arg1-PPT: argument
        Arg2-GOL: audience

Example: args 1, 2

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Note that some of these topics could be converted into theses that-1 [*PRO*-1] would be arguable to a general audience if they were de-personalized and established as arguable issues.

        Arg1: [*PRO*-1]
        Argm-mod: would
        Rel: arguable
        Arg2: to a general audience

Example: args 0,1

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        It's not arguable by an attorney of integrity.

        Arg1: It
        Argm-neg: not
        Rel: arguable
        Arg0: by an attorney of integrity