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A part of a 6 point sequence of readers for kids studying English, which brings jointly quite a few fiction and non-fiction titles. This paintings goals to supply reinforcement of the fundamental buildings and vocabulary inside the such a lot significant basic classes.

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Again, the third person pronouns in (10) cannot be co-referential with either "John" or "Mary", the reported speaker and the reported addressee respectively, in the clause immediately outside the quote. In sentence (11), the third person pronoun in the quote is co-referential with "Peter", an NP which is neither the reported speaker nor the reported addressee. Let us now examine pronominalization strategies in indirect speech. C: The I ^ r S t , 1 person in an indirect quote refers to either ( second J ® r Pr eeSPeaker}- 00 { d s re P°rted { SeJL } * the direct quote in which that indirect quote is embedded.

1972. Pronominalization. Reflexivization, and Direct Discourse. Linguistic Inquiry 3: 161-96. Kuno, Susumu. 1975. Three Perspectives in the Functional Approach to Syntax. In Papers from the Parasession on Functionalism. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, 276-336. Lanser, Susan S. 1981. The Narrative Act: Point of View in Fiction. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Linsky, Leonard. 1967. Referring. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Leech, Geoffrey N. and Michael Short. 1981. Style in Fiction.

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