1.5. PAR

Definition of the PAR functor

The functor PAR is a functor for the effective root of an independent verbal or nominative clause, which is a parenthesis in the sentence.

The PAR functor is assigned either to the node representing the governing verb (predicate) of a parenthetical independent verbal clause or to the node representing the governing noun or adjective (in the nominative) of a parenthetical independent nominative clause. Independent verbal and nominative clauses are defined in Section 4, "Verbal and non-verbal clauses". The same section also describes the possible forms of the governing expression, which is represented by a node with the PAR functor.

See Section 7, "Parenthesis" for details on parenthesis.


Přijedu 13. prosince (pátek.PAR ). (=I will arrive on December 13 (Friday).) Fig. 7.9

For more examples see Section 7, "Parenthesis".

Figure 7.9. The PAR functor

The PAR functor

Přijedu 13.prosince (pátek). (=lit. (I) will_arrive 13th December (Friday).)