By John Horden
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Figure 8 We may observe, however, that a deictic strategy can still be used even when the specified reference point possesses orientational properties. 9): 26 CLIFFORD HILL Ga bironka can gaba da telefoni. look pen-of-your there front with telephone There's your pen in front of the telephone'. Figure 9 or facing (the object to be located would be on the near side of the reference point) (fig. 10): UP/DOWN, FRONT/BACK, LEFT/RIGHT 27 There's your pen in front of the telephone. Figure 10 This conflict between deictic and non-deictic strategies can also occur with phrases involving 'left' and 'right'.
Peter hat den Kloß mit dem Messer geschnitten a und Paul hat ihn mit der Gabel zerquetscht b* und Paul hat den mit der Gabel zerquetscht c* und Paul hat diesen mit der Gabel zerquetscht 58 VERONIKA EHRICH (With the meat everybody got a dumpling. Peter cut the dumpling with the knife. a and Paul squashed it with the fork b* and Paul squashed that with the fork c* and Paul squashed this with the fork) (15) Matthias wünscht sich ein neues Fahrrad, a Er will es blau streichen b* Er will das blau streichen c* Er will dieses blau streichen (Matthias wants to have a new bike.
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A Grammar of the Cree Language, as Spoken by the Cree Indians of North America by John Horden