If this kind of drawing looks unfamiliar to you, don’t be alarmed, this kind of drawing is used in cognitive linguistics to illustrate conceptualizations of events that are deceptively simple.
I realize that these might seem foreign and unnecessary, really though, they are very useful. I will follow up on this with a future post on why drawings are vital in cognitive linguistics. Stay tuned.
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