9.8 Quiz: Referents

Question:

Which of the following is an indexical referent:

Choose an answer:
Romeo
#Romeo
{Romeo,Juliet}

Hints at: 9.3 Locators: Indexicals.

Question:

What does "#" by itself mean?

Choose an answer:
An
The

Hints at: 9.3 Locators: Indexicals.

Question:

How could you most easily translate pronouns (he, she, them, his, it, etc.) when translating from natural language into conceptual graphs?

Choose an answer:
By resolving the pronouns to locators (e.g., "He" becomes "John").
By using indexicals (e.g., "#he", "#it").

Hints at: 9.3 Locators: Indexicals.

Question:

How would you specify that a concept is plural?

Choose an answer:
By using the referent "{*}"
By putting the concept type in the plural, e.g., "Student" becomes "Students".

Hints at: 9.4 Sets of things.

Question:

If there is a conceptual graph 'G' inside a concept 'C', is G then part of C, or is it not related?

Choose an answer:
Yes, G is part of C; it is the referent of C.
No, G is unrelated to C except that, structurally, G is nested inside of C.

Hints at: 9.5 Descriptors.

Question:

How would you specify that the concept "[Lover]" referred to two lovers?

Choose an answer:
By changing the concept type to "TwoLovers"
By using "@2" as the referent.

Hints at: 9.6 Counts.


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