Locative and directional functors represent a set of semantically differentiated functors of free modifications expressing location or direction related to the content of the governing word. The individual functors differ according to the kind of question they answer.
List of the locative and directional functors
Locative and directional functors localize most often events or states, therefore they primarily modify verbs, nouns and adjectives denoting events. However, they can also modify nouns that do not denote events (e.g. stůl v pokoji.
LOC (=lit. (a) table in (the) room); kamínek z moře.
DIR1 (=lit. (a) pebble from (the) sea).
The sections devoted to the individual functors are organized in alphabetical order (according to the abbreviations for the functors).