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Likewise, through the valley describes the path followed by the moving observer. Note, however, that the sentence makes no explicit reference to the mover, the journey, or the viewing activity. e. the speaker and the addressee), who create the basis for semantic and grammatical coherence by engaging in an active process of meaning construction. A distinct but related phenomenon involves the conceptualizer traversing a static situation by means of “fictive” or “subjective” motion (Langacker 1986; Matsumoto 1996a, 1996b; Talmy 1996).
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