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By Friedrich Lenz

This quantity is a suite of articles which current the result of investigations into the grammar, semantics and pragmatics of deictic expressions in numerous languages. distinctive emphasis is put on contrastive reviews that take cognitive and cultural context under consideration. either the empirical and theoretical experiences specialise in the ways that spatial, temporal, own and textual entities are conceptualised and noted. The cognitive method proves to be a promising standpoint combining facets of belief, reasoning and linguistic expression to bare what appears on the very middle of deictics.

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Inside the conversational dyad, without any distinction between the region of the speaker and the one of the hearer. 1. Example No. 2). Example 1. Use of este for objects which are close to the hearer Mujer (w, 2030) ¿Te gusta este radio? Do you like this radio? The woman refers to the radio with este although it is in front of the hearer. BRATOLI/TüDeiKo No/09 We therefore reject the person-oriented interpretation of the system of Spanish demonstratives. 3 Is the Spanish system distance-oriented?

The position of the hearer turned away from the speaker creates a separate hearer-only space. Limited by the hearer’s own back this hearer-side space is distinct from the speaker’s. The following situation is observed in a supermarket. The adult speaker ªrst refers to his own space in front of him and then to the space in front of his son, which is the hearer-side space referred to as ese. Deictics in the conversational dyad Example 6. Use of ese to refer to the region of the hearer Hijo: (m, 0810) ¿Este?

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