Table 8: Example sentences for the reading of proper names. To keep the example simple, inflectional lexomes are not taken into account.

John Clark wrote great books about ants.
John Clark published a great book about dangerous ants.
John Welsch makes great photographs of airplanes.
John Welsch has a collection of great photographs of airplanes landing.
John Wiggam will build great harpsichords.
John Wiggam will be a great expert in tuning harpsichords.
Anne Hastie has taught statistics to great second year students.
Anne Hastie has taught probability to great first year students.
Janet Clark teaches graph theory to second year students.

JOHNCLARK, WRITE, GREAT, BOOK, ABOUT, ANT
JOHNCLARK, PUBLISH, A, GREAT, BOOK, ABOUT, DANGEROUS, ANT
JOHNWELSCH, MAKE, GREAT, PHOTOGRAPH, OF, AIRPLANE
JOHNWELSCH, HAVE, A, COLLECTION, OF, GREAT, PHOTOGRAPH, AIRPLANE, LANDING
JOHNWIGGAM, FUTURE, BUILD, GREAT, HARPSICHORD
JOHNWIGGAM, FUTURE, BE, A, GREAT, EXPERT, IN, TUNING, HARPSICHORD
ANNEHASTIE, HAVE, TEACH, STATISTICS, TO, GREAT, SECOND, YEAR, STUDENT
ANNEHASTIE, HAVE, TEACH, PROBABILITY, TO, GREAT, FIRST, YEAR, STUDENT
JANETCLARK, TEACH, GRAPHTHEORY, TO, SECOND, YEAR, STUDENT