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Unspecified Referential Index

The Unspecified Referential Index is a very fancy combination of words that basically mean that the noun being talked about is not specified.

Some examples of Unspecified Referential Index

The Unspecified Referential Index is a very fancy combination of words that basically mean that the noun being talked about is not specified.

And of course an Exercise with Unspecified Referential Index

Have fun reading our articles about Gathering Information, the Inverse of the Meta Model and the NLP Milton Model and the exercises we provide you here online.

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