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(DD') Ich fühlte{0-1}, welchen Spaß es mir machen würde[NUL] {0-1}, spazierenzugehen, wenn da nicht Mama wäre[NUL] {0-1}.

(EE') Ich fühlte{0-1}, wie gerne ich spazierenginge[NUL] {0-1}, wenn es hier nicht die Geschichte mit Mama gäbe[NUL] {0-1}.

(DD') Ich fühlte{0}, welchen Spaß es mir machen würde[NUL] {0}, spazierenzugehen, wenn da nicht Mama wäre[NUL] {0}.

(EE') Ich fühlte{0}, wie gerne ich spazierenginge[NUL] {0}, wenn es hier nicht die Geschichte mit Mama gäbe[NUL] {0}.

(DD') Ich fühlte{-1}, welchen Spaß es mir machen würde[NUL] {-1}, spazierenzugehen, wenn da nicht Mama wäre[NUL] {-1}.

(EE') Ich fühlte{-1}, wie gerne ich spazierenginge[NUL] {-1}, wenn es hier nicht die Geschichte mit Mama gäbe[NUL] {-1}.

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(b) The fact that the narrator (one speaking the sentences) and the actor (one being described by the sentences) are the same person. Suppose you were describing what you regretted one fine morning right after your mother's wake. You start the sentence with, "ich fühlte," but then find yourself still regretting missing that walk ("What a fine walk I would have had if not for mother") and so instead of describing what the actor felt then, you go on to describe what you now feel ("What a fine walk I would have had if not for mother"). This mistake cannot occur in a third person narrative, where the narrator and the actor are not the same person.

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According to Ladybug, I should be wrong in multiple places. For example, the Categorical Statement and perhaps also (XX') and some of the "3rd person" sentences in Error Theory. I'd really appreciate comments that point out whatever is wrong and correcting it. Thanks.

(b) The fact that the narrator (one speaking the sentences) and the actor (one being described by the sentences) are the same person. Suppose you were describing what you regretted one fine morning right after your mother's wake. You start the sentence with, "ich fühlte," but then find yourself still regretting missing that walk ("What a fine walk I would have had if not for mother") and so instead of describing what the actor felt then, you go on to describe what you now feel. This mistake cannot occur in a third person narrative, where the narrator and the actor are not the same person.

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(b) The fact that the narrator (one speaking the sentences) and the actor (one being described by the sentences) are the same person. Suppose you were describing what you regretted one fine morning right after your mother's wake. You start the sentence with, "ich fühlte," but then find yourself still regretting missing that walk and so instead of describing what the actor felt then, you go on to describe what you now feel ("What a fine walk I would have had if not for mother"). This mistake cannot occur in a third person narrative, where the narrator and the actor are not the same person.

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According to Ladybug, I should be wrong in multiple places. For example, the Categorical Statement and perhaps also (XX') and some of the "3rd person" sentences in Error Theory. I'd really appreciate comments that point out whatever is wrong and correcting it. Thanks.

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(b) The fact that the narrator (one speaking the sentences) and the actor (one being described by the sentences) are the same person. Suppose you were describing what you regretted one fine morning right after your mother's wake. You start the sentence with, "ich fühlte," but then find yourself still regretting missing that walk ("What a fine walk I would have had if not for mother") and so instead of describing what the actor felt then, you go on to describe what you *now"now feel. This mistake cannot occur in a third person narrative, where the narrator and the actor are not the same person.

(b) The fact that the narrator (one speaking the sentences) and the actor (one being described by the sentences) are the same person. Suppose you were describing what you regretted one fine morning right after your mother's wake. You start the sentence with, "ich fühlte," but then find yourself still regretting missing that walk ("What a fine walk I would have had if not for mother") and so instead of describing what the actor felt then, you go on to describe what you *now" feel. This mistake cannot occur in a third person narrative, where the narrator and the actor are not the same person.

(b) The fact that the narrator (one speaking the sentences) and the actor (one being described by the sentences) are the same person. Suppose you were describing what you regretted one fine morning right after your mother's wake. You start the sentence with, "ich fühlte," but then find yourself still regretting missing that walk ("What a fine walk I would have had if not for mother") and so instead of describing what the actor felt then, you go on to describe what you now feel. This mistake cannot occur in a third person narrative, where the narrator and the actor are not the same person.

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