Tool Paradigm

Readings

T
T
 
(From paradigm) The tool. Apposite to the instrument relation.

V
V
 
(From paradigm) To use the tool. To take action similar to use of the tool.

Roles

Agent
Agent
(From paradigm) The entity, if different from the patient, using the tool.

Instrument
Instrument
(From paradigm) The tool being used.

Patient
Patient
(From paradigm) The entity being affected by the tool.

Example Report

T (T) V (V) Agent
Agent
Patient
Patient
Instrument
Instrument
Leader
Leader
To lead or be led.
Number
Number
Word
Word
A printed or otherwise physical word. The meaning of the word.
Displacement
Displacement
Fight
Fight
Spot
Spot
Hail
Hail
A small rock, such as the ones thrown to get someone's attention. To get the attention of someone facing another direction by throwing a small rock at them; more generally, to throw.
Stroke
Stroke
Gear
Gear
A disconnected gear. Something that turns a gear. Something turned by the gear.
Exchange
Exchange
Currency. The act of exchanging objects with someone; buying; barter. The entity initiating the transaction; the buyer. The object given up; the currency used to buy.
Box
Box
Talk
Talk
To talk, to say. The speaker. The words being said.
Paint
Paint
Globe-paint (the primary rikchik form of adornment). The rikchik wearing the paint. The object being painted on.
Mouth
Mouth
Fire
Fire
Repulsion
Repulsion
Machine
Machine
Eye
Eye
To see.
Move
Move
A vehicle. To move. A non-moving entity causing the movement. The moving thing. A vehicle or path used for the movement.
Hat
Hat
Sound
Sound
Shield
Shield
To protect. The protecting entity. The entity being protected.
Tentacle
Tentacle
A dead tentacle or other extremity of an inanimate object (such as a leaf or an outcropping). To touch or point at something.
Book
Book
Door
Door
A door.
Work
Work
Shoe
Shoe
Rail
Rail
A rail line. To travel by rail. The train or train driver. The people or goods being transported. The rail line being used.