Cinderella (Золушка) by Charles Perrault

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5 L A N G U A G E F U N C T I O N S • temporal phrases Next Wednesday. • temporal clauses When we’re ready. ) what? What is this parcel? 9 asking for specification • what sort/kind of NP ( + VP + NP)? What sort of animal was it? expressing curiosity • I wonder (+ if-clause/wh-clause) I wonder what he wants. • I’d like to know (+ if-clause/wh-clause) I’d like to know if she was there. • question + I wonder (unstressed)? Who is that, I wonder? 1 confirming or disconfirming • Yes (+ positive tag) Yes, I did.

5 L A N G U A G E • I agree + complement clause (+ but) I a·gree that it’s difficult. • Perhaps so, but . . g. ) • Well. • Tag question Is it? • I see what you mean. 2 expressing disagreement with a statement • I don’t agree. • That’s not right. • You’re wrong (there/about that). 4 expressing weak disagreement • I can’t/don’t altogether agree. • I’m not so sure. • I wonder (if that is so). 3 enquiring about agreement or disagreement • Do you agree? • What do you think? 4 inviting agreement • (statement +) OK?

Adj/adv expressing degree Fair. g. ) • (because +) declarative sentence/of + NP Because I’m a member and because of the meeting. g. 2. That one. The large green one. g. 3. It’s me. John Smith. 2 identifying a person’s occupation, role, etc. g. ) • (personal pronoun + be +) NP denoting occupation role, etc. She’s an actress. g. ) They’re mine. g. ) • (It’s/they’re +) NP (non-human) It’s my hat. g. ) • (It’s/they’re) + NP It’s a grey squirrel. ) I haven’t a clue. 1 expressing strong agreement • Exactly!

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