In Grammar, the speech narrativized is a speech which directly does not bring back the words (Discours brought back) but which lets the reader imagine what the shipper said to his recipient. It is an account of word which is treated like an account of event. To be regarded as such, the statement must contain at least a semantic feature of the " dire" and information on the contents of the message. For example: " he spoke all to him the semaine" is not narrativized dicours: there is not information on this qu'" il" he said during all this week.
Example of narrativized speech: “ It explained to his wife the situation. ” or " it was informed on its santé"
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