Roleset id: point.01 , point, Source: , vncls: , framnet: point.01: POINT-V NOTES: Frames file for 'point' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. No access to verbnet. No comparison. (from point.01-v predicate notes)
Arg0-PAG: pointer (vnrole: 40.3.1-1-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing pointed (defaults to finger) (vnrole: 40.3.1-1-Patient)
Arg2-GOL: pointed at (a variety of prepositions) (vnrole: 40.3.1-1-Recipient)
Trading is expected to remain subdued as the market awaits tomorrow's release of the jobs data with the hope that it will point toward a decline in interest rates.
Arg2: toward a decline in interest rates
``I believe everyday pricing in the current environment doesn't work,'' says [Walter Loeb of Morgan Stanley& Co.]-1, *trace*-1 pointing to soft durable-goods sales.
Arg2: to soft durable-goods sales
They point at the numerous developing-country governments that have inflated, taxed and regulated themselves into despair under successive IMF programs.
Arg2-at: the numerous developing-country governments that have inflated, taxed and regulated themselves into despair under successive IMF programs
Example: with arg1
John pointed the toy gun at the giant menacing alien and said, "Hasta la vista, bay-bee."
Arg1: the toy gun
Arg2: at the alien
Roleset id: point_out.02 , point at, define, make an example of, Source: , vncls: , framnet: point_out.02: POINT_OUT-V NOTES: (from point.02-v)
Arg1-PPT: pointed at
Example: typical usage
Drexel Burnham's Mr. Reidy pointed out that ``profits held up in a tough revenue environment.''
Arg0: Drexel Burnham's Mr. Reidy
Rel: [ pointed] [ out]
Arg1: that profits held up in a tough revenue environment