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Unformatted text preview: The perfective in Recall (Drill H) Perfective: 1) refers to an action or state viewed as finished. 2) refers to the speaker’s previous knowledge, which is now being recalled. M . S uzuki 1 コーネル大学 JAPN1101 8A FACT Handout e.g. In an office at 9:00am. Two colleagues are talking about the visitor whom they are expecting later today. きょう A: 今日は大田さんが来ますね。 B: そうですね、ええと、それは2時でしたね? (c.f. 2 時ですね?) A: ええ、そうですね。 ---At 1:00pm, the receptionist came to inform Mr. Oota’s arrival. Receptionist: あのぅ、大田さんがいらっしゃいましたけど….。 A&B: えっ?大田さんが?2時___________________________________________。 Is it the case that it wasn’t to be 2pm?? 「ありました!」:Speaker A is looking for her stapler (=ホッチキス) わたし み A: 私 のホッチキス、見ませんでしたか。 B: ホッチキス?いいえ。どんなのですか。 A: あお へん つか 青いのです...
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