After his father finished talking, he fell unconscious.
For native English speakers, who is the 'he' in this sentence, the son or the father?
In storical logic, it should be the fater; but in first impression, it sounds to me like the son.
2nd question, is that a proper English sentence that most educated native speakers might say, or is that an awful sentense that makes sense but confusing?
Last edited by mm6ff8; 25-Sep-2013 at 06:33. Reason: typo
What do you mean by 'storical logic'?
If it's ambiguous in context, then it's not a very good sentence. If it's clear who fell unconscious, then it's fine.