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In English and French relational adjectives occurring in construction with deverbal nominalizations can be thematically associated with subject as well as object arguments. By contrast, in German object-related readings of relational adjectives seem to be inadmissible. The greater flexibility of English and French in terms of the thematic interpretability of relational adjectives also shows up with respect to 'circumstantial' thematic roles like directionals, locatives and instrumentals. It isdoi:10.1515/zaa.2008.56.3.283 fatcat:j73x3ddzvjbddbl7t3l35pq35a