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No attention {is being paid/*seems paid} to minor officials. Actually, this kind of contrast can be related to a difference between so-called ‘inflectional’ and ‘derivational’ morphology, although the confusion over the nature of this distinction limits the usefulness of this reduction. Thus, a verb formed with another fully productive inflection, the -ing of the gerund or present participle, allows idiomatic combinations like maintain silence, pay attention, please DP no end and bore DP to tears in (14).

C. This corn has been grown voluntarily ({by peasants/to stave off famine}). d. Our workers are better paid intentionally (by the new boss). e. Art classes are being restored (by the Board) in order to qualify for funding. (9) a. b. c. d. e. That series of meetings sounds completed (*by the committee). Most of our furniture is still unmoved (*by the company). We judge the corn fully grown ({*voluntarily/*to stave off famine}). Our workers remain better paid (*intentionally). Some art classes seem restored (*in order to qualify for funding).

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