"Discrimination of" Grammar is classic lattice theory. First published in 1968, published in the US, Eamon? Bach (Emmon Bach) and Robert? T. Harms (Robert T.Harms) compiled a book Universals in Linguistic Theory. The book is divided into seven parts, the deep semantic divided agent, feel, tool, object, place, time, and Georgia, to benefit other 13 kinds of cells. In highly formalized division and analysis illustrates the relationship between nouns and verbs, rich in content, grammar and computational linguistics research study has great reference value.