It does not result in a sensitive agreement of the person. Before describing the nature of the impersonal use of mle man, it is necessary to clarify some facts concerning impersonal pronouns in general. First of all, I would like to clarify that, by “impersonal pronouns,” I mean the “impersonal pronouns” (Fenger 2015) described in the literature, which are also called “human constructs” (Siewierska 2011) and which are associated in literature as “pronologically to a name” meant “human” or “human” or “one”. I also end the interpretation mode with impersonal uses of otherwise personal pronouns (such as the impersonal use of 2sgyou in English). I will refer to dedicated impersonal pronouns, simply as “non-personalities.” There is a fairly rich literature on this subject and, unfortunately, the terminology used is not uniform and the study does not focus either. However, the literature shows that there are a number of different interpretations that impersonal pronouns can accept and that the interpretive characteristics of different pronouns are limited by fairly stable tendencies, which are good goals for generalizations. Beyond the terminological differences, the literature has identified the following different interpretations, each being linked to at least one subset of impersonal pronouns: in linguistics, an impersonal verb is a verb that has no determining subject. For example, in the phrase “It`s raining,” rain is an impersonal verb and the pronoun refers to nothing. In many languages, the verb takes a third person from the difference and often appears with an expletative subject. In the active voice, impersonal verbs can be used to express the operation of nature, psychological distress, and actions without reference to do-er.
 Impersonal verbs are also called weather verbs because they often appear in the context of the description of the weather.  Even indeterminate pronouns can be called “impersonal” because they relate to an unknown person, such as a person or someone, and there are overlaps between the use of the two. Paula Fenger. How impersonal do we become? A study on human pronouns in Germanic. Ms., University of Connecticut. In this section, I present the center of gravity of the document: the behavior of the MLE man in relation to the connection. My main assertion is that the MLE man`s opposition to engagement in a large number of situations means that his general impersonal interpretation does not result from the commitment of a generic operator. However, the impersonal interpretation and definitive personal interpretations are so close in their general use and distribution that it is reasonable to suggest that they arise from the same element and that certain non-new syntactic and semantic factors determine how the pronoun should be interpreted in context.