A couple of questions about the construct “say ‘[something]’”:
With the 2020 grammar I got 24 readings for “say ‘what are you doing?’” but they were all SF: ques. Shouldn’t at least one be SF: comm since this is a command to say a question?
Also: The first parse doesn’t include a predicate for “say” at all. Is there an interpretation that somehow ignores it?
% ace -g erg-2020-osx-perplexity.dat -Tf say "what are you doing?" SENT: say "what are you doing?" [ LTOP: h0 INDEX: e2 [ e SF: ques TENSE: pres MOOD: indicative PROG: + PERF: - ] RELS: < [ thing<5:9> LBL: h4 ARG0: x5 ] [ which_q<5:9> LBL: h6 ARG0: x5 RSTR: h7 BODY: h8 ] [ pron<14:17> LBL: h9 ARG0: x3 [ x PERS: 2 IND: + PT: std ] ] [ pronoun_q<14:17> LBL: h10 ARG0: x3 RSTR: h11 BODY: h12 ] [ _do_v_1<18:23> LBL: h1 ARG0: e2 ARG1: x3 ARG2: x5 ] > HCONS: < h0 qeq h1 h7 qeq h4 h11 qeq h9 > ...23 more readings...