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Pragmatic markers in British English : meaning in social interaction / Kate Beeching, University of the West of England, Bristol

"Fundamental to oral fluency, pragmatic markers facilitate the flow of spontaneous, interactional and social conversation. Variously termed 'hedges', 'fumbles' and 'conversational greasers' in earlier academic studies, this book explores the meaning, function and role of 'well', 'I mean', 'just', 's... Full description

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 838485987
Personen: Beeching, Kate [VerfasserIn]
Format: Book Book
Language: English
Published: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2016
Basisklassifikation: 17.61 Pragmatik Sprechakttheorie
18.04 Englische Sprache
RVK:

HF 350: Anglistik. Amerikanistik -- Englische Sprache -- Neuenglisch (ab 1500) -- Konversationsanalyse

Subjects:

English language (Great Britain, Grammar)

Discourse markers (Social aspects)

Pragmatics (Social aspects)

Pragmatics (Variation)

Linguistic change

Interlanguage (Language learning) (Social aspects)

Intercultural communication (Social aspects)

Sociolinguistics (Research)

Englisch

Diskursmarker

Pragmatik

Great Britain (Languages)

English language / Discourse analysis

Discourse markers

Physical Description: xvii, 255 Seiten
Link: Inhaltsverzeichnis
ISBN: 978-1-107-03276-7

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