For the sentence:
The door is hardly open
I initially thought of two possible interpretations: the way the door was opened (the way the process happened) vs how the door is open (the state of the door).
But I got four analyses in ERG 2018
and three analyses in ERG 1214. At the “semantic level”, I have two decisions: _hardly_a_1 vs _hardly_x_deg
At the “syntactic level”, I need to decide between two lexical types
But documentation is hard to understand.
av_-_s-vp-x_le it says
Scop, VP w/aux head . Does it means
scopal, VP with auxiliary HEAD? If so, what does it really means? According to http://moin.delph-in.net/wiki/ErgLeTypes the
av_- means adverb without complement. But what is the
av_-_dg-jomv_le it says
Deg, just-only-very-much. This is not really an explanation, right? Deg should means degree. Once more is an adverb without complements but
dg-jomv is not documented right?