speak.01: SPEAK-V NOTES: Based on sentences in financial subcorpus. Comparison to talk. Member of VNcls talk-37.5, lecture-37.11-1. (from speak.01-v) SPEAKING-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT-5, speak-v.01. Corresponds to VNcls talk-37.5, lecture-37.11-1. (from speaking.01-n) SPEECH-N NOTES: Roleset based on speak.01. Verbnet class talk-37.5. Framed by Katie. (from speech.01-n)
He added that he had spoken with Mr. Laidig, whom he referred to as a friend, by telephone Monday evening.
Arg2: with Mr. Laidig, whom he referred to as a friend,
Argm-mnr: by telephone
Argm-tmp: Monday evening
Example: speak-v: subject and hearer
Mary spoke to John about his atrocious breath.
Arg2: to John
Arg1: about his atrocious breath
Example: speak-v: just subject
John spoke at length about the dangers of breathing paint fumes.
Argm-tmp: at length
Arg1: about the dangers of breathing paint fumes
Example: speak-v: arg3
John speaks 15 languages.
Arg3: 15 languages
I was surprised by HIS SPEAKING German so fluently.
Argm-mnr: so fluently
Example: speech-n: Example with args 0 and 1
his first major arms-control speech
Example: speech-n: Example with speaker and group spoken to
Mr. Kemp's speech to the Mortgage Bankers Association
Arg0: Mr. Kemp's
Arg2: to the Mortgage Bankers Association
Example: speech-n: Arg 2 can seem like the name of a speech when it really is the audience
The President's axis of evil speech before congress
Arg0: The President's
Arg1: axis of evil
Arg2: before congress
Roleset id: speak.04 , speak_to: give evidence of or comments on; address an issue, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
speak.04: SPEAK-V NOTES:
Arg1-PPT: commented on, issue addressed
this speaks directly to the accusation of being an enabler
Arg1: to the accusation of being an enabler
Mr. Pilson says that when-1 he spoke out a few years ago [*T*-1], ``I didn't say forever, and I didn't say every property.''
Rel: [spoke] [out]
Argm-tmp: a few years ago
Several of the city's black leaders, including Democratic mayoral nominee David Dinkins, have spoken out for racial gerrymandering to accord blacks and Hispanics ``the fullest opportunity for representation.''
Arg0: Several of the city's black leaders, including Democratic mayoral nominee David Dinkins
Rel: spoken out
Arg1: for racial gerrymandering to accord blacks and Hispanics ``the fullest opportunity for representation