As is usual in many of Zajc's poems, narration is combined with direct speech
c) significant speech or semantic-pragmatic function when the process of utterances using linguistic structures through the use of direct speech
act strategies and content of the text implies nonliteral (not literally).
In all the cases the pronoun was used in the direct speech
His use of direct speech
is concentrated in the first half of the chronicle, for example, in the account of negotiations with the doge of Venice and the pope.
Instead of using any direct speech
in admitting his aggressive behavior he implicitly tries to manipulate with Nora's mind.
Say is used to introduce direct speech
without any pragmatic effect, as with go, although I also find some variation.
Britain) probes the complexity and diversity of speech representations, and tries to explain the various functions performed through direct speech
in relation to both the local and the sociocultural context in which it is embedded.
Many changes of font size and type help to make the text interesting and give emphasis to the direct speech
and more dramatic moments of the story.
Another product for the visually impaired, MagniTalk, provides direct speech
access to a zoom text user interface with NaturallySpeaking Pro voice commands.
When the brain hears monotonously-spoken direct speech
quotations which it expects to be more vivid, the brain simply 'talks over' the speech it hears with more vivid speech utterances of its own.
Glittery speech bubbles emphasise the direct speech
for children, but first and foremost, this is a text to be enjoyed aloud with beautiful illustrations.
Writers have to decide with what frequency to use them, where to place the tag in relation to the direct speech
(before, afterwards, or interruptively in the middle), which verbs to use (whether she said, cried, exclaimed, shrieked, or gasped), and whether or not to accompany these verbs adverbially (said she ardently, while rising from her seat) and so on.