Though words like knew or realised are commonly know factive verbs that trigger presupposition. Does verbs like enjoyed, paid, looking forward, commended and delighted also count as factive verbs which trigger presuppositions?
For example, Mark paid Debbie for publishing the book - the presupposition is clearly Debbie published the book. But does the paid acts as a a factive verb and presupposes the complement clause, or is it just semantic knowledge of the word paid, determine what should be assumed.
Or would the above example not be a presupposition at all?
From the book Semantics by Saeed, some dependent clauses can trigger presuppositions, so in the example, the presuppositional clause "for publishing the book" can be the trigger. However, I am unsure about this.