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Algebraic and geometric topology by Symposium in Pure Mathematics Stanford University 1976,

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However, in case of any suspicion about the mismatch between stored knowledge and incoming linguistic evidence, whatever is stored in long term memory can be reactivated (2001: 18). On the other hand, such shifts are not necessary in cases of deeply entrenched meanings that are frequently encountered and/or used by L2 learners. A similar kind of shift has been reported with native speakers processing the meaning of new coinages. Let us consider the following example from Armstrong (2004: 217): (11) After a day of travel, and an evening event at a bookshop, mostly I just feel like vegging out in my room, then I start to feel guilty.

Introducing discussion on spatial structuring in language, Talmy (2000a, 2005) distinguishes two different subsystems of meaning-bearing forms: the “open-class” or “lexical” subsystem and the “closed class” or “grammatical” subsystem. The former contributes to conceptual content and the latter determines conceptual structure. The spatial schemas represented by closed-class forms fall into two groups: a) schemas that pertain to paths and sites, and b) schemas that pertain to the shape and disposition of objects.

Following Grady’s work on experiential correlation (1997), they propose that such uses of in are due to its complex semantic network and the relations it mediates between such concepts and a conventional State Sense. 52 4. The Means Sense – the correlation in experience between an activity and the means of accomplishing the activity results in a distinct Means Sense, as in: (31) a. She wrote in ink. b. He spoke in Italian. Evans and Tyler conclude that this provides an illustration of the way in which a preposition, through the development of conventionalized senses and recursive experiences correlating with the derived senses, gives rise to further senses.

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