Question 1 This is sentence #14 in the Kennedy statement: “When I fully realized what had happened this morning, I immediately contacted the police.” The sentence is 14 words long and thus is within t

Question 1 This is sentence #14 in the Kennedy statement:

“When I fully realized what had happened this morning, I immediately contacted the police.”

The sentence is 14 words long and thus is within the MLU. It is not deceptive on its face. What are the semantic issues in this sentence and what do they indicate?

Question 2 This is sentence #13 in Kennedy’s statement:

“I remember walking around for a period then going back to my my hotel room.”

The sentence is 15 words long and thus is within the MLU. The sentence is not deceptive on its face. What are some of the semantic issues in this sentence and what do they indicate?

Question 3 This is sentence #12 in Kennedy’s statement:

“I then asked for someone to bring me back to Edgartown.”

This sentence is 11 words and is outside the MLU, thus it is deceptive on its face. What are the semantic issues in this sentence and what do they indicate?

Question 4 This is sentence #11 in Kennedy’s statement:

“There was a car parked in front of the cottage and I climbed into the backseat.”

The sentence is 16 words and is within the MLU. The sentence is not deceptive on its face. What are the semantic issues in this sentence and what do they indicate?

Question 5 This is sentence #10 in Kennedy’s statement:

“I recall walking back to where my friends were eating.”

The sentence is only 10 words and thus is below the MLU and deceptive on its face. What semantic issues are present in this sentence and what do they indicate?

**There are a total of 5 questions that needs to be answer separately

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