trasportare

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(283)
Luca trasportò le valigie a casa.
Luca
Luke
trasport-ò
carry-PST.3SG
le
ART.DEF.F.PL
valigi-e
suitcase-F.PL
a
to
cas-a
home-F.SG
‘Luke carried the suitcases home.’
(355)
Il ferito va trasportato all'ospedale.
il
ART.DEF.M.SG
ferit-o
victim-M.SG
va
go.PRS.3SG
trasporta-t-o
carry-PP-M.SG
a-ll'=ospedal-e
to-ART.DEF.M.SG=hospital-M.SG
‘The wounded person is to be taken to hospital.’
(368)
Marco glieli lasciò trasportare.
Marco
Mark
glie-li
DAT.3SG-OBJ.M.PL
lasci-ò
let-PST.3SG
trasporta-re
carry-INF
‘Mark let him carry them.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# CARRY Coding set Argument type
1 carrier V.subj A
2 carried thing Ø P
3 carrying goal LOC L

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
U
N n
C
R y
(286)
‘The injured person is taken to hospital.’
C
N y
C
R y
(287)
‘Porcelain plates are transported in the correct boxes.’
U
N n
C
N y
C
R y
(345)
‘My brother carried the books by himself.’
U
N n
C
N y
C
R y
(586)
‘Chimpanzees alternate in carrying each other on their shoulders.’
U
N n
C
R y
(285)
‘One transports/We/You/They(indef.) transport too much goods on the motorways.’
(499)
‘We/They (indef.) carried the books to the fifth floor.’
U
R n
(501)
‘Mark let John carry the books.’
(502)
‘Mark let himself carry the books.’
(510)
‘Mark made him carry them.’
C
R y
(284)
‘Through fantasy, I take myself to a fantastic world.’
C
R y
(289)
‘As a child, one transports oneself/ you transport yourself/ As children we transport ourselves/ you transport yourselves/ they (indef.) transport themselves to a fantastic world through fantasy.’
C
R y
(500)
‘One is carried/We/You/They (indef.) are transported into a fantastic world.’
U
N n
U
N n
U
N n
C
R y
(288)
‘Anne and Luke carried each other’s books.’