Treaty violations with different-sex NPs associations were tolerated much more easily than PN-related offences. Let us now focus on another property of Slovak and Russian production results, which is not discussed by Badecker and Kuminiak (2007), but which we believe is paramount. In the case of a gender agreement, errors of attraction are created with all the preambles in which the sexes of the head and the attractor do not match, whereas in the event of a chord of numbers, errors are virtually absent from plural heads and singular attractors. One way to understand it would be to assume that all genders are characterized by a few combinations of features, as Nevins (2011) suggests, while the singular does not correspond to any number of features. Similarly, Julie Franck recently made a presentation (Franck, 2015). The first part of the conference was devoted to the synthesis of existing data on the attractiveness of agreements. Franck took the retrieval approach for production and understanding and identified the following groups of factors that could lead to attraction: semantic factors (mainly related to the conceptual number of the subject NP), stability of head characteristics, accessibility of attractiveness (defined by its structural position) and similarity between head and attraktor. In the conversation about the stability of the characteristics of the head, Franck studied the asymmetries between properties, morphophonological and semantic influences. In nomine sentences, the adjectives do not show a match with the noun, although pronouns do. z.B.
a szép k-nyveitekkel “with your beautiful books” (“szép”: nice): the suffixes of the plural, the possessive “your” and the fall marking “with” are marked only on the name. 2Verbs are generally not marked for sex in Italian. There are three exceptions:1) verbs that ask the auxiliary to `be` when used in present perfection. In this case, the current participation of the main verb must correspond to the theme (z.B. the friend-friendly mia partta `my friend:fem left:fem`); 2) all verbs when used in forms of passive analysis (z.B. la porta é aperta dalla segretaria `the door is opened by the secretary`). As in the previous case, consistency with the subject is; 3) transitive verbs that require the auxiliary verb avere `to have` if used in present perfection with direct object climate pronouns. In this case, the main verb must correspond to the direct object (z.B. the ho prese `I took [fem] them [fem]). In this experiment, only the first condition of the verb was taken into account. In order to better judge whether the behaviour of spokespeople with congruent and mixed sex combinations is due to performance or competency factors, we conducted an offline acceptance judgment study.
Twenty-four images (half male, half female) were selected and divided into pairs. Some couples were the same as in the previous experiment, while a few formed new couples (see Appendix B). The name of the images did not differ significantly in relation to length (average, m: 6.5; f: 5.8) or frequency, as indicated in Bortolini et al. (1971). Average freq., m: 23.3; f: 20.8). The images appeared alone (singular condition), with a same-sex nostun (kongruent-gender condition), or with a noston of the opposite sex (mixed sex state) in separate blocks. In addition, we recorded 12 filling tests in which two female images appeared. This was done to obtain the same proportion of responses. As a result, there were a total of 60 attempts, 36 of which resulted in multiple responses. Responses to Li were caused by male sexual status (N-6) and mixed disease (N-12).
The responses were triggered by the female condition (N-6) and by the female female-charged studies (N-12).