E a woman goes to a masquerade ball and falls in love

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e. A woman goes to a masquerade ball and falls in love with one of her dance partners. However, of course, she cannot see his face. She knows only that he wore a very ornate and easily recognizable wristwatch. Now, every time that she approaches a group of eligible-looking men, she begins her conversation with, “Do any of you have a watch?” f. A zookeeper is about to let a group of patrons try holding an exotic bird with a known tendency
to peck at shiny objects. Before letting anybody hold her, the keeper says, “Do any of you have a watch?”
g. A Martian has read all about Earth and is very interested in its time-telling devices. On its first trip to our planet, it exits its flying saucer and oozes up to the first group of people it sees. It says excitedly, “Do any of you have a watch?”
5.Tell whether each of the following sentences contains any deictic words. For the ones that do, list those words. a. They want to go to your concert to see your band perform.
b. The Ohio State Buckeyes won the NCAA 2014 football championship. c. Many authors, such as Mark Twain and Carolyn Keene, chose to write under a pseudonym. d. That is so cool; let me see it!
g. Is it possible for a technician to come here to help fix the problem, or do I have to take my computer over there?
6.For each of the following questions, write one felicitous response and one infelicitous response. Explain what makes your infelicitous responses infelicitous. Try to have a different reason in each case. (Hint: Try answering this question once after reading File 7.1 and a second time after you have read the rest of Chapter 7. What new ways have you learned to make utterances infelicitous?) a. What did you do for your birthday?

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