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Autor:  José Roberto
E-mail:  josezambon@merconet.com.br
Data:  08/SET/2002 1:48 PM
Assunto:  Ambiguity
Mensagem:  Hello I was typing some exercises to my students and then I came up with this phrase: Ann brought her daughter to spend her holiday with us. After writing I had noticed that the clause is ambiguous (who is going to spend her holiday with us? Ann or her daughter?) as I was rushed I left the phrase this way ,but the question still remains in my mind...can anyone help me to fix this phrase? I'd like a way that I wouldn't need to express the word "Ann" or "her daughter" twice, is that possible? Thanks in advance.

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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
 Ambiguity  –  José Roberto  08/SET/2002, 1:48 PM
Re: Ambiguity  –  Ron  09/SET/2002, 12:43 AM
Re: Ambiguity  –  Rafael  11/SET/2002, 12:09 PM

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