Roleset id: expect.01 , look forward to, anticipate, anticipating (not thing antipated), in expectation, Source: , vncls: , framnet: expect.01: EXPECT-V NOTES: Updated by Julia. Member of Vncls wish-62 and conjecture-29.5-1. (from expect.01-v) EXPECTATION-N NOTES: expect.01 (from expectation.01-n) EXPECTATIVE-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on SHARP. (from expectative.01-j)
|expect (v.)||Expectation Opinion|
If you want to make the rel your Arg1, you're not looking at an eventive usage. (from expectation.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: expecter (vnrole: 62-Experiencer, 29.5-1-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing expected (vnrole: 62-Theme, 29.5-1-Theme)
Example: nominal arg1
Portfolio managers expect further declines in interest rates.
Arg0: Portfolio managers
Arg1: further declines in interest rates
Example: sentential arg1
The company expects *trace* to obtain regulatory approval.
Arg0: [The company]-1
Arg1: *-1 to obtain regulatory approval
[Regulatory approval]-1 is expected *-1 soon by everyone
Arg0: by everyone
Example: passivised with extraction, use concatenation
[The Senate]-1 isn't expected *-1 to act until next week.
Arg1: [[The Senate]-1], [*-1 to act]
Argm-tmp: until next week
As *trace* expected *trace*, John said something stupid again.
Example: Arg0, 1
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns
Thus, the subjects in the expect-to-like condition first saw three cartoons that confirmed their expectation that the cartoons would be funny.
Arg1: that the cartoons would be funny