Roleset id: hear.01 , hear, physically hear (not sense of hearing itself), Source: , vncls: , framnet:
hear.01: HEAR-V NOTES: Member of Vncls discover-84-1-1, see-30.1-1-1. Comparison with 'say'. (from hear.01-v) HEARING-N NOTES: Based on sentences in nouns-00040. Based on hear.01. Vn classes see-30.1-1-1 and discover-84-1-1. Framed by Katie. (from hearing.03-n)
Speaker and utterance can be very hard to distinguish. In general,avoid using arg2 unless it's really obvious that the speaker isseparate from the utterance. (from hear.01-v)
Arg0-PAG: hearer (vnrole: 30.1-1-1-Experiencer, 84-1-1-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: utterance, sound (vnrole: 30.1-1-1-Stimulus, 84-1-1-Theme)
Arg2-DIR: speaker, source of sound (vnrole: 84-1-1-Source)
Example: sound and speaker merged
``When the sell programs hit, you can hear the order printers start to go'' on the Big Board trading floor, says one specialist there.
Argm-tmp: When the sell programs hit
Arg1: the order printers start to go'' on the Big Board trading floor
Example: clear speaker
American Medical accepted the offer, meanwhile indicating it had heard from two other suitors.
Arg2: from two other suitors
Example: speaker as utterance
It isn't every day that we hear a Violetta who can sing the first act's high-flying music with all the little notes perfectly pitched and neatly stitched together.
Arg1: a Violetta who can sing the first act's high-flying music with all the little notes perfectly pitched and neatly stitched together
The worst -1 I heard *trace*-1 about our Student Union President where I went to University was him flying out first class on the Student Union dime and staying at some 4 star hotel .
Argm-slc: -1 -> [the worst]
Arg2: about our Student Union President where I went to University