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Sample item for Cleft Structure (with modifier)
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|1||np_mismatch||What||he||did||after the ingredients had been bought from the store||was||the meal|
|1||np_match||What||he||ate||after the ingredients had been bought from the store||was||the meal|
|1||vp_match||What||he||did||after the ingredients had been bought from the store||was||prepare||the meal|
|1||vp_mismatch||What||he||ate||after the ingredients had been bought from the store||was||prepare||the meal|
Prediction performance for JRNN on Cleft Structure (with modifier)
|90.00%||((607,np_mismatch/7,matrix_v)-(605,np_match/7,matrix_v))+(((606,vp_mismatch/6,verb.1)+(606,vp_mismatch/7,matrix_v))-((608,vp_match/6,verb.1)+(608,vp_match/7,matrix_v)))>0||We expect that the Matrix Verb has lower surprisal in the NP Match condition, where we have a lexicalized verb (“ate” instead of “did”). In addition, we expect that the sum of the Verb 1 + Matrix Verb has lower surprisal in the VP Match condition, where it cannot be the object of a lexicalized verb such as “ate.” Together, the differences between these sums should be greater than zero. We add a VP modifier in this test suite.|