This frame has an issue in that it can have both a theme and a predicate: "Mary believed John that he didn't eat the last piece of pie". The problem is that we've been annotating both themes and predicates as arg1, so simply making either theme or predicate arg2 will conflict with past annotation. We could add an arg2, predicate, and use it only when arg1 is already present, but that makes me sad, so let's just not mess with it until we actually see such an instance. (from believe.01-v)
Arg0-PAG: believer (vnrole: 29.9-2-Agent, 31.2-Experiencer, 29.5-1-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: believed (vnrole: 29.9-2-Theme, 31.2-Stimulus, 29.5-1-Theme)
Arg2-PRD: attribute, arg1 is believed to be what? (vnrole: 29.9-2-Attribute, 29.5-1-Predicate, 31.2-Attribute)
Example: nominal complement
Cathryn Rice could hardly believe her eyes.
Arg0: Cathryn Rice
Arg1: her eyes
Example: prepositional complement
I believe in the system.
Arg1: in the system
Example: sentential complement
You believe that Seymour Cray can do it again.
Arg1: that Seymour Cray can do it again
Example: sentential complement with passive extraction
[The declaration by Economy Minister Nestor Rapanelli]-1 is believed *-1 to be the first time such an action has been called for.
Arg1: [The declaration by Economy Minister Nestor Rapanelli]-1
Arg2: *-1 to be the first time such an action has been called for
Example: ARG0 and ARG1
For that matter , the Chinese display a willingness to believe in the auspiciousness of just about anything !
Arg0: the Chinese
Arg1: in the auspiciousness of just about anything
Roleset id: believable.02 , able to be believed, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
believable.02: BELIEVABLE-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT-6, relation to believe.01, unbelievable.01. (from believable.01-j)