If a verb occupies the structural subject position and is followed by a verb, it is tagged as subj

Zhuo Chen czcindy426 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 01:44:04 UTC 2014


The problem is actually more widespread. In Anne08b, I found an utterance 
"not want it" where "not" is tagged as subject. When you fixed the problem 
of comma being tagged as subject when followed by a verb in Valian corpus, 
I thought you fixed the problem in English-UK corpora too. Did you do the 
retraining for English-UK corpora?

On Monday, June 16, 2014 6:36:18 PM UTC-4, Zhuo Chen wrote:
> I found that when "go" is followed by another verb, you tag "go" as the 
> first verb of the serial verbs. However, in Anne08b of Manchester corpus, I 
> found a counterexample where you tag "go" as SUBJECT although it is 
> followed by a verb. Please see the attached picture.
> Thanks!
> On Monday, June 16, 2014 6:13:21 PM UTC-4, Zhuo Chen wrote:
>> I found that if a verb is in the structural subject position and is 
>> immediately followed by another verb, it will be tagged as a subject. I 
>> attached a picture here to show this problem. I'm working with the most 
>> recent version of Manchester corpus. 
>> Thanks!

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