Predicate: come

Roleset id: come.01 , motion, Source: , vncls: 51.1, framnet: Arriving

come.01: Based on big corpus, comparison with 'go'. Member of VNcls escape-51.1-2.

Roles:

        Often takes argM-DIR, (up, down, etc.). Medium should be tagged ArgM-LOC.
        Arg1-PPT: entity in motion / 'comer' (vnrole: 51.1-theme)
        Arg2-EXT: extent -- rare
        Arg3-DIR: start point
        Arg4-GOL: end point

Example: destination

        Mrs. Yeargin came to work on weekends.

        Arg1: Mrs Yeargin
        Rel: came
        Arg4: to work
        Argm-tmp: on weekends

Example: with purpose

        Students, teachers, and parents came to testify on her behalf.

        Arg1: Students, teachers, and parents
        Rel: came
        Argm-prp: to testify on her behalf

Example: destination as by-phrase

        You may come by the agency to read but not copy the books.

        Arg1: You
        Argm-mod: may
        Rel: come
        Arg4: by the agency
        Argm-prp: to read but not copy the books

Example: come back (not phrasal)

        They aren't going to come back to the US.

        Arg1: They
        Rel: to come
        Argm-dir: back
        Arg4: to the US

Example: nice syntactic reversal

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        ``So crunch, crunch, crunch, bang, bang, bang -- here-4 come [*T*-4] the ringers from above, making a very obvious exit while the congregation is at prayer,'' he says.

        Rel: come
        Arg4: [*T*-4]
        Arg1: the ringers
        Arg3: from above
        Argm-adv: making a very obvious exit while the congregation is at prayer

Example: temporal coming

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: ns

        It is also the sovereign power that, come 1997, will take over this British colony.

        Rel: come
        Arg1: 1997

Example: coming on

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: progressive,  voice: active,  form: participle

        Although Bausch remains the leader among the six majors, Johnson & Johnson, with its new disposables, is coming on fast.

        Argm-adv: Although Bausch remains the leader among the six majors
        Arg1: Johnson & Johnson, with its new disposables,
        Rel: coming
        Argm-dir: on
        Argm-mnr: fast

Example: another with start point

        *be careful in your judgments of whether the start point is the start point of motion (arg3, come.01), or a source or basis from which something arises (arg2, come.03).
        person: other,  tense: past,  aspect: progressive,  voice: active,  form: gerund

        But at the time when he stood to speak , I was in the restroom and sort of coming back from the restroom

        Argm-tmp: at the time when he stood to speak
        Arg1: I
        Argm-adv: sort of
        Rel: coming
        Arg3: back from the restroom

Roleset id: come.12 , come to: speaking of, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.12: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: topic

Example: Zen-like blase

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        But as the French embody a Zen-like state of blase when-1 it comesto athletics [*T*-1] (try finding a Nautilus machine in Paris), myfellow conventioners were having none of it.

        Rel: comes
        Arg1: to athletics
        Argm-tmp: [*T-1*]

Roleset id: come.02 , pursue (often with after), Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.02: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: pursuer
        Arg1-PPT: goal

Example: come after

        Portfolio managers come after the highest rates.

        Arg0: Portfolio managers
        Rel: come
        Arg1: after the highest rates

Roleset id: come.03 , arise (from), Source: , vncls: 48.1.1, framnet: -

come.03: Member of VNcls appear-48.1.1.

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: thing (often state) arising (vnrole: 48.1.1-theme)
        Arg2-MNR: source, basis on which arg1 comes to be (not start point of motion!)

Example: arise in

        Part of the charm comes in recognizing one's self in the novel.

        Arg1: Part of the charm
        Rel: comes
        Arg2: in recognizing one's self in the novel

Example: arise of

        Ringers are filled with the solemn intoxication that-1 *trace*-1 comes of intricate ritual faultlessly performed.

        Argm-slc: that -> the solemn intoxication
        Arg1: *trace*-1 (= that)
        Rel: comes
        Arg2: of intricate ritual faultlessly performed

Example: origin of being

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: progressive,  voice: active,  form: gerund

        Yes , I do recall Bill Buckingham making comments about , you know , the apes and monkeys - *PRO*-3 coming from apes and monkeys .

        Arg1: *PRO*-3
        Rel: coming
        Arg2: from apes and monkeys

Roleset id: come.04 , become, various near-idioms, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

come.04: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: object
        Arg2-PRD: attribute on arg1

Example: come true

        Its forecasts didn't come true.

        Arg1: Its forecasts
        Argm-neg: didn't
        Rel: come
        Arg2: true

Example: come as

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        That may not come as a surprise to Americans who have watched the Japanese snap up properties in the U.S. from golf courses to a stake in Rockefeller Center.

        Arg1: That
        Argm-mod: may
        Argm-neg: not
        Rel: come
        Arg2: as a surprise to Americans who have watched the Japanese snap up properties in the U.S. from golf courses to a stake in Rockefeller Center

Example: result in

        person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        They do at least come around to [*] saying that the courts might want to end ``rigid affirmative action programs.''

        Arg1: They
        Argm-adv: at least
        Rel: come
        Argm-dir: around
        Arg2: to [*] saying that the courts might want to end ``rigid affirmative action programs

Example: come of age

        The attack commercial has come of age in an off-election year.

        Arg1: The attack commercial
        Rel: come
        Arg2: of age
        Argm-tmp: in an off-election year

Example: come under scrutiny

        person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: progressive,  voice: active,  form: participle

        But the growing controversy comes as many practices historically accepted as normal here -- such as politicians accepting substantial gifts from businessmen or having extramarital affairs -- are coming under close ethical scrutiny.

        Arg1: many practices historically accepted as normal here -- such as politicians accepting substantial gifts from businessmen or having extramarital affairs --
        Rel: coming
        Arg2: under close ethical scrutiny

Example: come to a head

        person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        The ``one-yen'' controversy first came to a head last week when the city of Hiroshima announced that Fujitsu won a contract to design a computer system to map its waterworks.

        Arg1: The ``one-yen'' controversy
        Argm-tmp: first
        Rel: came
        Arg2: to a head
        Argm-tmp: last week
        Argm-tmp: when the city of Hiroshima announced that Fujitsu won a contract to design a computer system to map its waterworks

Example: come to a halt

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: progressive,  voice: active,  form: participle

        Despite the economic slowdown, there are few clear signs that growth is coming to a halt.

        Arg1: growth
        Rel: coming
        Arg2: to a halt

Example: come to an end

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: gerund

        ``Actually, [the long deterioration in daily newspapers]-1 shows signs of [*]-1 coming to an end, and the industry looks pretty healthy.''

        Arg1: [*]
        Rel: coming
        Arg2: to an end

Roleset id: come.05 , pertaining to a purchase, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

come.05: No VNcls. No FN class.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: commodity
        Arg2-GOL: buyer
        Arg3-VSP: price

Example: non-specific price

        Chateau Yquem now comes dear.

        Arg1: Chateau Yquem
        Argm-tmp: now
        Rel: comes
        Arg3: dear

Roleset id: come.14 , idiom: come to terms with, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

come.14: No VNcls. No FN class.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: entity coming to terms
        Arg1-GOL: terms
        Arg2-COM: with who/what

Example: come to terms

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        In the coming decade, analysts say, U.S.-Japanese relations will be tested as Tokyo comes to terms with its new status as the region's economic behemoth.

        Arg0: Tokyo
        Rel: comes
        Arg1: to terms
        Arg2: with its new status as the region's economic behemoth

Roleset id: come.16 , amount to, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.16: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: thing(s) being counted
        Arg2-GOL: sum, total, amount

Example: so, it comes to this

        person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        Last year, the Cowboys' share of that pie came to $17.6 million.

        Argm-tmp: Last year
        Arg1: the Cowboys' share of that pie
        Rel: came
        Arg2: to $17.6 million

Roleset id: come.28 , serial verb construction, Source: -, vncls: , framnet: -

come.28: Added by Julia based on BOLT. Comparison to go.05. No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: subject
        Arg1-PPT: subsequent action

Example: both args

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        I 'm studying abroad for a year and [my boyfriend]-1 is going [*-1]-2 to come *PRO*-2 visit me a few times times .

        Arg0: [*-1]-2
        Rel: come
        Arg1: *PRO*-2 visit me a few times times

Example:

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        if you-1 want *-1 to come skiing/snowboarding this Saturday you can join the event here

        Arg0: *-1
        Rel: come
        Arg1: skiing/snowboarding this Saturday


Predicate: come_about

Roleset id: come.06 , come about: become, Source: , vncls: 48.1.1, framnet: -

come.06: See VNcls appear-48.1.1.

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: object (vnrole: 48.1.1-theme)
        Arg2-PRD: attribute on arg1

Example: just object

        Steeper prices have come about because supplies are low.

        Arg1: Steeper prices
        Rel: come about
        Argm-cau: because supplies are low


Predicate: come_in

Roleset id: come.07 , come in: become, arrive at state, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.07: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: thing being described
        Arg2-PRD: state, attribute

Example: I cannot imagine why

        Buick came in fourth among US cars.

        Arg1: Buick
        Rel: came in
        Arg2: fourth among US cars

Example: come in handy

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        If E.E. ``Buzzy'' Geduld is right, a seatbelt may come in handy during the next few sessions.

        Argm-adv: If E.E. ``Buzzy'' Geduld is right
        Arg1: a seatbelt
        Argm-mod: may
        Rel: [ come] [ in]
        Arg2: handy
        Argm-tmp: during the next few sessions


Predicate: come_on

Roleset id: come.08 , come on: turn on, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.08: No VN or FN class.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: thing being turned on

Example: unaccusative

        The lights came on this morning.

        Arg1: The lights
        Rel: came
        Rel: on
        Argm-tmp: this morning.

Roleset id: come.25 , discoursey, but based on motion, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

come.25: Added based on Brown corpus. No VN or FN classes.

Roles:

        Make sure all tagging happens within the span! If they don't tree it with connected args or traces, leave it alone!
        Arg1-PAG: entity who needs to get with the program (and maybe move)

Example: Get real, dude

        person: other,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        -NONE- * Come on , now .

        Arg0: -NONE- * (you)
        Rel: come on
        Argm-tmp: now

Roleset id: come.29 , progress, develop, come across, Source: -, vncls: , framnet: -

come.29: Added by Julia based on BOLT, comparison to come_off.24. No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: thing progressing, coming on
        Arg2-PRD: attribute of arg1

Example: both args

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Be casual , as you run the risk of *PRO* coming on too strong if you do anything seriously Valentine 's - y .

        Arg1: *PRO*, *link -> [you]
        Rel: [coming] [on]
        Arg2: too strong
        Argm-adv: if you do anything seriously Valentine's-y


Predicate: come_out

Roleset id: come.09 , come out: appear, Source: , vncls: 48.1.1, framnet: -

come.09: See VNcls appear-48.1.1.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: agent, originator of arg1
        Arg1-PPT: thing appearing (vnrole: 48.1.1-theme)
        Arg2-PRD: attribute of arg1

Example: unaccusative

        Scoring High first came out in 1979.

        Arg1: Scoring High
        Argm-tmp: first
        Rel: came out
        Argm-tmp: in 1979

Example: with attribute

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: perfect,  voice: active,  form: participle

        Not that Washington and Tokyo disagree on the Japanese acquisitions; indeed, each has come out in favor of unfettered investment in the U.S.

        Argm-dis: indeed
        Arg1: each
        Rel: [ come] [ out]
        Arg2: in favor of unfettered investment in the U.S.

Example: with arg0

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        At the moment you 're just coming out with general words that do n't really make any sense or have any true application in real life .

        Argm-tmp: At the moment
        Arg0: you
        Argm-adv: just
        Rel: [coming] [out]
        Arg1: with general words that don't really make any sense or have any true application in real life

Roleset id: come.10 , come out: become publically gay, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.10: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: person coming out
        Arg1-DIR: the "closet"

Example: generic idiomatic

        John came out of the closet last week.

        Arg0: John
        Rel: came out
        Arg1: of the closet
        Argm-tmp: last week

Example: with audience

        John came out to his family last week.

        Arg0: John
        Rel: came out
        Argm-gol: to his family
        Argm-tmp: last week


Predicate: come_up

Roleset id: come.11 , come up: devise, bring forth, Source: , vncls: , framnet: coming_up_with

come.11: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: deviser
        Arg1-PPT: thing devised, brought forth, come up with

Example: Transitive

        Sellers-1 are in a race *trace*-1 to come up with the priciest bottle.

        Arg0: *trace*
        Rel: come up
        Arg1: with the priciest bottle

Roleset id: come.13 , come up: arise unexpectedly, Source: , vncls: 48.1.1, framnet: Sidereal_appearance

come.13: See VNcls appear-48.1.1.

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: thing arising (vnrole: 48.1.1-theme)
        Arg2-LOC: attribute of arg1 (vnrole: 48.1.1-location)

Example: partially made-up

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: perfect,  voice: active,  form: participle

        Something has come up that makes it impossible for us to meet today.

        Arg1: [Something] [that makes it impossible for us to meet today]
        Rel: [come] [up]

Example: with attribute

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: gerund

        Although sports officials predict jumps of 50% to 100% in the major contracts coming up for renewal, ad rates may rise only 20%.

        Arg1: the major contracts
        Rel: [ coming] [ up]
        Arg2: for renewal


Predicate: come_across

Roleset id: come.15 , come across: seem, Source: , vncls: 48.1.1, framnet:

come.15: See VNcls appear-48.1.1.

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: thing coming across (vnrole: 48.1.1-theme)
        Arg2-GOL: viewer
        Arg3-PRD: attribute- come across how/as what

Example: no more concatenation!

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        Such sudden cultural shifts may come across as a bit forced, but they seem to be genuine -- so much so, in fact, that some older employees have resisted.

        Arg1: Such sudden cultural shifts
        Argm-mod: may
        Rel: [ come] [ across]
        Arg3: as a bit forced

Roleset id: come.21 , come across: find, discover, usually unintentionally, Source: , vncls: , framnet: Becoming_aware

come.21: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: finder
        Arg1-PPT: thing found

Example: Poetic Discovery

        Sometimes-1, [when tidying up works of poetry from years before]-2, hewould come across one that he had no recollection of * ever writing *T*-1 *T*-2.

        Arg0: he
        Argm-mod: would
        Rel: [come] [across]
        Arg1: one that he had no recollection of ever writing
        Argm-tmp: *T*-1
        Argm-tmp: *T*-2


Predicate: come_through

Roleset id: come.17 , come through: fulfill, live up to, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.17: No VN or FN classes.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: fulfuller, agent
        Arg1-PPT: plans,promises, etc

Example: when push comes to shove

        person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        Various ministries decided the products businessmen could produce and how much; and government-owned banks controlled the financing of projects and monitored whether companies came through on promised plans.

        Arg0: companies
        Rel: [ came] [ through]
        Arg1: on promised plans

Roleset id: come.18 , come through: become apparent, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.18: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: thing becoming apparent

Example: bork bork bork

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        Perhaps because they won, Mr. Bork's attackers come through more vividly than his defenders.

        Argm-cau: Perhaps because they won
        Arg1: Mr. Bork's attackers
        Rel: [come] [through]
        Argm-mnr: more vividly than his defenders


Predicate: come_along

Roleset id: come.19 , come along: progress, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.19: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: thing progressing

Example: just swimmingly

        person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        As to negotiations with creditors, Mr. Lorenzo said in remarks after the conference ``we'll have to see how they [talks] come along.''

        Arg1: they [talks]
        Rel: [ come] [ along]


Predicate: come_by

Roleset id: come.20 , come by: acquire, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.20: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: acquirer
        Arg1-PPT: acquired

Example: with agent

        person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        They came by their strangeness honestly.

        Arg0: They
        Rel: [ came] [ by]
        Arg1: their strangeness
        Argm-mnr: honestly


Predicate: come_down

Roleset id: come.22 , come down with an illness, Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.22: No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: patient
        Arg2-GOL: illness

Example: fever, probably typical usage

        When the weather turned cool and Chien-chien came down with a fever,Martine called my wife * to offer * to keep Chien-chien for the night.

        Arg1: Chien-chien
        Rel: [ came] [ down]
        Arg2: with a fever

Roleset id: come.23 , idiom, it comes down to x (results in/responsibility of), Source: , vncls: , framnet: -

come.23: Roleset based on instances in webtext 2.5 (1000-1099). No verbnet entry, no framenet entry. No comparison. Framed by Katie.

Roles:

        Arg1-PAG: it, thing coming down
        Arg2-GOL: person/summerization (what it comes down to)

Example: Example with both arguments

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Then it came down to who t *1 had the bad luck of PRO *2 sitting on the side of the car that was angled out.

        Arg1: It
        Rel: [came] [down]
        Arg2: to who had the bad luck of PRO *2 sitting on the side the car that was angled out.

Example: "it" with more substance

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The game came down to a coin-toss.

        Arg1: The game
        Rel: [came] [down]
        Arg: to a coin-toss.


Predicate: come_off

Roleset id: come.24 , Come across, be seen as, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

come.24: Roleset for 'come off' based on instances in wsj roleset corrections. Framed by Claire.

Roles:

        If necessary, use ArgM-GOL for a viewer.
        Arg1-PAG: Thing seeming, being seen in a particular way
        Arg2-PRD: Attribute of arg1, seen as what?

Example:

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        He 's put a fresh spin on material [that]-1 *-1 could come off terribly cliched ; for example , the way Susie wows an audience the first time she sings with the Baker Boys .

        Argm-slc: that-1 *--> material
        Arg1: *-1
        Argm-mod: could
        Rel: [come] [off]
        Arg2: terribly cliched


Predicate: come_upon

Roleset id: come.26 , come_upon: find, discover, stumble upon, Source: -, vncls: , framnet: Becoming_aware

come.26: Added by Julia based on BOLT. Comparison to 'come_across.21'. No VNcls.

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: finder
        Arg1-PPT: thing found

Example: Both args

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        For any who were n't already aware Huntster believes he came upon a sasquatch trackway ...

        Arg0: he
        Rel: [came] [upon]
        Arg1: a sasquatch trackway


Predicate: come_to

Roleset id: come.27 , regain consciousness, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

come.27: Based on temprel data. No comparison. No VN class. Framed by Katie.

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: entity regaining consciousness

Example: re-enter the world around you

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        He lost consciousness for approximately two seconds and then came to.

        Arg1: He
        Argm-tmp: then
        Rel: came
        Rel: to


Predicate: come_over

Roleset id: come.30 , come across, be seen as, Source: -, vncls: , framnet: -

come.30: Added by Julia based on BOLT, comparison to come_off.24.

Roles:

        Use ArgM-GOL for a perceiver, if necessary.
        Arg1-PPT: entity/thing seeming, coming across
        Arg2-PRD: attribute of arg1, coming across as __

Example: both args

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        I raised all these issues and I came over totally un-British and just spoke my mind , he just said that " the car is covered by our Audi warranty " , hardly the response I was looking for if I was considering a purchase .

        Arg1: I
        Rel: [came] [over]
        Arg2: totally un-British