Adjuncative Argument

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An Adjuncative Argument is a semantic role argument that modifies the meaning of another semantic role argument.

  • Example(s):
    • In the sentence “I saw the man in the park”, “in the park” modifies the location of the argument.
    • PropBank adjunct types include: negation (AM-NEG), cause, location (AM-LOC), temporal, direction, and manner (AM-MNR).
  • See: Semantic Role Labeling, Semantic Argument.