Thursday, 6 February 2014

The Construal Of Experience: Kinds Of Process And Participant Rôles

Halliday (2008: 146):
The kinds of process distinguished by the grammar, in the most general terms, are doing and happening, sensing and saying, being and having; and the rôles played by the participants will vary according to the process type: the doer, the “done-to”, the senser, the “be-er” and so on.