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Within a given paragraph, subject to a number of constraints that are not relevant here, a pronoun occurs in nonpeak sentences while a full noun phrase occurs in peak sentences. This fact emerges as a result of the structural properties of the type of discourse under consideration; in particular, the constraints on pronominalization -are transparent because the discourse type is nonspontaneous. In spontaneous conversations, although structures and constraints are present, they are less transparent and less rigidly inforced.
GeJV'iN we so0zooniNsiN clatta rasii. A. Yesterday my neighbor went into the hospital. It seems that the cause was pseudocyesis. we know that a cause of entering the hospital is a sickness, whether the sickness is real or imagined. Items are therefore entered into the temporary registry by being introduced directly into the discourse, by being in the immediate nonlinguistic environment of the participants, by being a necessary part of an object that has been mentioned in the conversa- tion, or by being a cause, accompaniment, or a result of a state or event which has been mentioned in the conversation.
Aspects of Japanese discourse structure by John Hinds