Having been instructed in the use of the indefinite pronoun
"one" as giving a refined and elegant touch to literary efforts, Rebecca painstakingly rewrote her composition on solitude, giving it all the benefit of Miss Dearborn's suggestion.
The indefinite pronoun
"no one" ends the octave, then makes its appearance in the second line of the sestet, but the last two words of the poem are "my name.
ICT is a much more effective search term than the more prevalent IT (Information Technology), which, ironically, as an indefinite pronoun
and returns at least everything in the English language.
The two structures, however, are entirely different; the second is a (nominative) noun phrase (LU URU Hatti) in adjunct position relative to the indefinite pronoun
kuiski, while the former is a disjunctive adverbial phrase (in the ablative case), distracted across the indefinite pronoun
: URU Hattusaz kuis [ki] LU URU Ltavivaz (the LU preceding URU Luwiyaz also supports the emendation to Luwiyas).
In Little Books / Indians and Spoke there is no play with the pronoun but neither do I ever use the masculine as the indefinite pronoun
Significantly, when and functions as an indicator for indefiniteness it can be marked by the definite article and-u, translated as indefinite pronoun
meaning 'someone, anybody' into English (Baye 1996: 58).
He is on several occasions too literal about the common indefinite pronoun
nescioquis, translating on 73 (LI) "some Henrician heresy that I have never heard of' for "nescio cuius haereseos Henricianae" ("some Henrician heresy or other"); and on 75 (LII) "I do not know what kind of lordship" for "nescio quod .
The indefinite pronoun
("it") noticeably recurs in her poems, and yet the "it" does not dilute the verse; rather, as in the lines above, "it" opens a door into the ineffable world of desire.
No one has used the indefinite pronoun
"they" or "her.
Once again, we find two functional subtypes in this case: you either (1) entails the displaced deixis of an I [right arrow] you deictic transfer; or (2) by a different species of transfer takes on the role of an impersonal or generalized or colloquial you, in which you and your virtually lose their deictic force and become, instead, what Melissa Furrow has termed "colloquial stand-ins for the indefinite pronoun
In the following we shall apply Haspelmath's results to the Veps language, including the semantic maps model and its elaboration, the implicational map for indefinite pronoun
In the light of this typical pattern, the history of Bulgarian nesto is particularly interesting, since it seems to instantiate exactly the reverse development, namely INDEFINITE PRONOUN