B you with the red hair you over hair impolite c old

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b) You with the red hair; you over hair (Impolite ). c) Old man | fellow (Familiar) ; young man | woman.
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19 Q\ what are the functions of Vocative ? 1- Is to seek the attention of the person addressed and especially to single him out from others who may be within hearing. 2- Is to express the attitude of the speaker towards the hearer. ************************************************** 7.33 NEGATION. -Negation is normally done by adding “NOT” to the Operator , If it is not found (the Operator ), we come up with “DO” as an Operator as per the layers of the sentence. - E.g : 1- -The attempt has succeeded ---> The attempt has not succeeded. 2- She sees me every week ---> She does not see me every week. ************************************************** 7.34 ABBREVIATED NEGATION. * The Operator may be abbreviated with not forming what is called “ Contraction “. - E.g : he is not coming ---- He isnt coming . IMPORTANT: Q \ what is Vocative? What are its Forms? And what are its Functions ? - THE ANSWERS ABOVE
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20 7.35 NON -ASSERTIVE FORMS. * there are forms called Non-Assertive Forms coming with negative 1 , interrogative 2 and conditional clauses 3 .: #- THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS (see page 185). Note : ” NEVER” expresses negation along with “EVER” in the positive sentence. ************************************************** 7.36 NEGATIVE INTENSIFICATION. * it can be done by using a phrase such as 1- “By No Mean” 2- “At All” - OR by repeating the word “Never “. - E.g : I will never, never go there again. The following haven’t
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21 7-37 ALTERNATIVE NEGATIVE ELEMENTS. Instead of the verb, another element can be negated: - E.g: 1- I did not see any birds. (I saw nothing lie birds) 2- I saw no birds. (I saw something but not birds) But the scope of negation is different.
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