fail.01: FAIL-V NOTES: Frames file for 'fail' based on survey of initial sentences of big corpus; nominal 'failing' based on BOLT-7. Member of VNcls succeed-74-2, neglect-75-1-1. (from fail.01-v) FAILING-N NOTES: Automatically created by Julia as an alias file for unification. (from failing.01-n)
I'm pretty sure arg0 doesn't exist here, and that it's a relic of a time when fail.01 and fail.02 were combined. (from fail.01-v)
Arg0-CAU: assessor of not failing
Arg1-PAG: thing failing (vnrole: 74-3-1-1-agent, 75.1-1-agent)
Arg2-PPT: task (vnrole: 74-3-1-1-theme, 75.1-1-theme)
Example: fail-v: sentential task
Saudi Arabia allegedly failed to honor US patents, copyrights, and other intellectual-property rights.
Arg1: Saudi Arabia
Arg2: to honor US patents, copyrights, and other intellectual-property rights
Example: ARG1 and ARG2
When Chinese Communist premier Zhu Rongji made belligerent remarks a few days before the election in an effort to scare voters away from the DPP ticket , the ruling party made a grievous mistake , opined Jin , when it failed to come out strongly critical of Zhu and attempted instead to capitalize on the incident by playing the " fear card . "
Arg2: to come out strongly critical of Zhu
My car failed on me this morning.
Arg1: My car
Arg3: on me
Argm-tmp: this morning
In other words , both prohibiting enforcement of " temporary workers " and allowing enforcement of " temporary workers " have the same outcome : " temporary workers " are responsible for the failing of the leaders and they are scapegoats .
Arg1: of "temporary workers"