One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The point is that you need to think clearly and unemotionally about this situation.’
- ‘‘You're talking about April,’ Michael stated unemotionally.’
- ‘‘Glad to have you join us,’ I said rather unemotionally.’
- ‘‘I fell,’ I tell her unemotionally, still watching the blood.’
- ‘Speaking calmly, directly and unemotionally, the boy said the alleged molestations occurred two days apart.’
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