assemble.01: ASSEMBLE-V NOTES: Frames file for 'assemble' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. Verbnet class build-26.1. (from assemble.01-v) ASSEMBLY-N NOTES: Roleset based on verb entry assemble.01, OntoNotes grouping assembly-n sense 3; maps to VN class build-26.1. Framed by Claire. (from assembly.01-n)
Might be hard to get both start and end state in a single example.But who knows? (from assemble.01-v)         Don't really know why end state is arg4, but it's like this with other "build" verbs so... (from assembly.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: builder (vnrole: 26.1-agent)
Arg1-PRD: construction (vnrole: 26.1-product)
Arg2-VSP: material, start state (vnrole: 26.1-material)
Arg4-PRD: end state (vnrole: 26.1-product)
Example: basic frame, no start/end states
[The Dearborn, Mich., auto maker]-1 ran a loss of $37 million on *trace*-1 assembling and marketing cars in the U.S.
Argm-loc: in the U.S.
Example: ARG0 and ARG1 and ARG2
You can assemble a computer completely from parts made within 50 kilometers . "
Arg1: a computer
Arg2: from parts made within 50 kilometers
Example: Arg 1 only
The assembly of the new bicycle took all day.
Arg1: of the new bicycle
John's assembly of a pink huffy from a kit into a mountain-biking machine shocked Mary.
Arg1: of a pink huffy
Arg2: from a kit
Arg4: into a mountain-biking machine
assemble.02: ASSEMBLE-V NOTES: VerbNet class herd-47.5.2. (from assemble.02-v) ASSEMBLY-N NOTES: Roleset based on assemble.02, OntoNotes grouping assembly-n sense 2; maps to VN class herd-47.5.2. Framed by Claire. (from assembly.02-n)
That could go either way; avoid using Arg2 unless both Arg1 and Arg2are explicit. (from assemble.02-v)
Arg0-PAG: agent, entity causing some grouping (vnrole: 47.5.2-agent)
Arg1-PPT: theme, thing being included in some group (vnrole: 47.5.2-theme)
Example: no group
Commodore has assembled an experienced management team.
Arg1: an experienced management team
Example: ARG1 and ARG0
The more you look at the parts you 've already assembled , the more disjointed and ugly they seem ; but it 's the parts you ca n't finish that you long for more and more , even though you know there 's precious little hope you 'll ever get them done . "
Arg1: the parts
Example: Arg 1 & LOC
We called for the assembly of all disgruntled citizens at the town square.
Arg1: of all disgruntled citizens
Argm-loc: at the town square
Example: Args 1 & 2
The assembly of the different governing bodies into one major department was his finest achievement as governor.
Arg1: of different governing bodies
Arg2: into one major department
It required days to transform his assembly of casual auxiliaries into a semblance of the efficient righting force he had professed to lead.
Arg1: of casual auxiliaries
Arg2: into a semblance of the efficient righting force he had professed to lead.