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Identify the items whose co-occurrence restrictions are up for explanation; 2. propose semantic representations for the items in question; 3. assess the semantic (in)compatibility of items which are (in)eligible to combine, with a view to explaining (un)acceptable combinations in terms of the semantic (in)compatibility of the items; 4. return, if necessary, to 2, and refine the proposed semantic representations. In the case in point, we would need to propose semantic values for the three complementation patterns, namely a that-clause, a subjectless toinfinitive, and a gerundial.

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