Frame Element Taxonomy

Frame Element Description

Frame Element Description
Frame ElementNormal_location
Identifier0000000855
ParentSource
Number of Definitions11
Number of Children0
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Definitions of Normal_location
FrameTypeDefinition
Drop_in_onPNormal_location is any expression which implies a definite starting-point of motion. While Normal_location expressions are possible in this frame, they are relatively infrequent. If present, they often express a general direction from which a Visitor moves, rather than a landmark away from which it moves.
Visit_hostPThe location that the Visitor normally resides in or is (permanently) associated with.
Visit_host_arrivalPNormal_location is any expression which implies a definite starting-point of motion. While Normal_location expressions are possible in this frame, they are relatively infrequent. If present, they often express a general direction from which a Visitor moves, rather than a landmark away from which it moves.
Visit_host_stayEThe location that the Visitor normally resides in or is (permanently) associated with.
VisitingEThe location that the Agent normally resides in or is (permanently) associated with.
Visiting_scenarioPThe location that the Agent normally resides in or is (permanently) associated with.
Visiting_scenario_arrivalPNormal_location is any expression which implies a definite starting-point of motion. While Normal_location expressions are possible in this frame, they are relatively infrequent. If present, they often express a general direction from which a Agent moves, rather than a landmark away from which it moves.
Visiting_scenario_stayEThe location that the Agent normally resides in or is (permanently) associated with.
Visitor_and_hostPThe location that the Visitor normally resides in or is (permanently) associated with.
Visitor_arrivalPNormal_location is any expression which implies a definite starting-point of motion. While Normal_location expressions are possible in this frame, they are relatively infrequent. If present, they often express a general direction from which a Agent moves, rather than a landmark away from which it moves.
Visitor_scenarioPThe location that the Agent normally resides in or is (permanently) associated with.