#### Supplement to Discourse Representation Theory

## Long descriptions for some figures in Discourse Representation Theory

### Figure 1 description

This box diagram will be described using nested lists. The actual diagram uses the numbers of the sentences in [3]; we will be including those sentences in the list (other than [3f] which isn’t in the diagram).

- [3a] John had a great evening last night. (everything below is in a box and there is an arrow labelled “Elaboration” points from this to the box)
- [3b] He had a great meal. (everything below is in a box and there is an arrow labelled “Elaboration” points from this to the box)
- [3c] He ate salmon.
- [3d] He devoured lots of cheese. (an arrow labelled “Narration” points from [3c] to this)

- [3e] He won a dancing competition (an arrow labelled “Narration” points from [3b] to this)

- [3b] He had a great meal. (everything below is in a box and there is an arrow labelled “Elaboration” points from this to the box)

### Figure 2 description

A DRS diagram

- \(\pi_{1} \pi_{6}\)
- \(\pi_{1}\) : [x: John(x), great-time(x)]
- \(\pi_6\) :
- \(\pi_{2} \pi_{5} \pi_{7}\)
- \(\pi_{2}\) : [: great-meal(x)]
- \(\pi_{5}\) : [: won-dance(x)]
- Narration(\(\pi_{2},\pi_{5}\))
- \(\pi_{7}:\)
- \(\pi_{3} \pi_{4}\)
- \(\pi_{3}\) : [: ate-salmon(x)]
- \(\pi_{4}\) : [: devoured-cheese(x)]
- Narration(\(\pi_{3},\pi_{4}\))

- \(\pi_{3} \pi_{4}\)
- Elaboration(\(\pi_{2},\pi_{7}\))

- \(\pi_{2} \pi_{5} \pi_{7}\)
- Elaboration(\(\pi_{1},\pi_{6}\))