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Lexical synonymy and argumental structure

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Abstract

Verbs that present synonymous relations usually articulate, due to their meaning identity, correlations of the syntactic-semantic order, and due to this, they constitute an interesting field of study for delimiting, with exactitude, where the specific character of each lexical unit resides. This work will try to delve into the similarities and divergences of two synonymous verbs, recordar and acordar(se). With this objective in mind, a comparative analysis on their peculiar syntactic-semantic behavior will be performed, using the information extracted from two databases (ADESSE and FramNet). The results point to the existence of zones of convergences, but also to specific features in their semotactic combination that helps with the configuration of their singular syntactic-semantic profile within the semantic class of cognition verbs.

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