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The choice of Functional Grammar as the methodological framework for this research means that the basic task is to try to apply the FG mechanism consistently unless there are good grounds for rejecting it. In FG verbs are seen as predicates, represented in predicate-frames. This research sets out to apply this description to Hebrew. Hence, the verbal forms are assumed to be predicates. Every concrete 27 verbal form in Hebrew is a combination of root + bioyan, so the binyaa necessarily becomes part of the predicate-frame.

It would appear in fact that roots have no category at all. If their representation is based on the notion of 'basic predicate' and predicate-frames, the isolated root does not have to be assigned a category at all. 5 . 4 An F6 lexicon for Modern Hebrew The rest of this chapter will be on representation of the MH verbal system concerns the various components of the organization. I wish to emphasize that dictionary but a lexicon which is part how FG envisages the in the lexicon. 5 its what is proposed here is not a of a linguistic model.

Extracted root) —> tilpen 'phoned'. These words occur as basic predicates, usually nominal, and will be listed in the lexicon as predicate-frames similar to the basic predicate frames in say English or Dutch. All other Hebrew words consist of roots + patterns, which can be represented by the following table. Although it simplifies matters to some extent, 0 it is reasonably accurate: (8) morphological component semantic value syntactic value morphological value root miSqal bioyan + (+) + + + + + The morphological importance of the roots is best represented, in a system suggested by McCarthy (1981), where a root is seen as one noncontinuous morpheme.

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