Addressing others in dialogue: Using vocatives – by Louise Harnby…

A vocative expression is one in which a person is directly referred to in dialogue. It needn’t be someone’s name; it could be a form of address that relates to their job or position, or a term of endearment, respect or disrespect.

Here’s how to work with them.

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