john (exentric) wrote in linguaphiles,

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Undergrad Project: RESOURCE HELP.

I don't even know if this exists, but it would be the top if it did. Essentially, I'm looking for a dictionary of verbs and adjectives that lists their respective valency frames. I'm dealing specifically with French and Spanish and would prefer the language of the dictionary to be in English or French. Do feel free to recommend anything that's a hard copy, though if there's an on-line version that tends to be easier for me to work with and much cheaper. =)

I was looking at the Trésor de la langue française and the dictionary given by the Real Academia Española but obviously, I didn't find much.
Tags: french, spanish

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