Now let’s think about slightly more complicated verbs. How about the verb sees, for example?
Sees takes a nominative subject but hates nominative complements. So a sentence like Her sees she is definitely NO GOOD. However, what happens if we have a good sentence such as She sees her?
So all this feature sharing means that the CONTENT of sees will have the CONTENT of she in the SEER relation, and the CONTENT of her will be in the SEEN relation. What will that actually look like?
How about a sentence such as He sees her?
How about He sees us?
Anyway, before you get too excited, check out the PowerPoint slides here.