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Exercise 2. Comment on cases of person and number neutralization in conversational style

1) “She says there’s too many men in this burg, and somebody has to do something to take the pressure off” (McDonald). 2) “Alfred ain’t reliable lately” (Chandler). 3) “You ain’t looking for nobody” (Chandler). 4) “I told you he had two years medical.” – “Doctor have a name?” (Chandler) 5) “I’m old enough to know better, aren’t I?” (Parsons)

Exercise 3. Account for the indication of aspect distinctions in the following sentences. Point out the devices which express:

a) the ingressive character of the action;

b) the durative character of the action;

c) the terminative character of the action;

d) actions of single occurence;

e) frequentative character of the action.

1. Harry Fisher had always had an affection for his more quiet and ec­centric brother and was now coming to have a respect for him. (G. Chesterton) 2. "I told 'em about you and they're dying to have a look at you", said Lutkins joyfully. (S. Lewis) 3. Stung by that retort, Soames moved towards the piano and back to the hearth, to and fro, as he had been wont in the old days in the drawing room. (J. Galsworthy) 4. Little by little I came to know why he was so dignified and had no need to complain about anything. (W. Saroyan) 5. He fell to thinking, and Steger got up and strolled about leisurely. He was thinking too. (Dreiser) 6.... he had been in the habit of borrowing money from the city treasury at a low rate of interest. (Dreiser) 7. All the next day Kitty thought of the Convent. (S. Maugham) 8. I mean she took to disliking me before I took to disliking her. (E. Caldwell) 9. He soon got to know the wisdom of being patient. (J. London) 10. And Jolyon would wonder what she would look like coated with such age. (J. Galsworthy) 11. He then set to work and lovingly composed a lobster salad. (Cronin) 12. One of the men gave a choked cry and stumbled back into the wall. (W.Falkner)

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