Contrastive Semantics and Pragmatics: Discourse strategies
Selection of papers from the First International Conference in Contrastive Semantics and Pragmatics, held at the University of Brighton from 6 to 9 April 1995.
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K Hiraga and J M Turner 60S Differing perceptions of face in British
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accessibility American Anna asked Blum-Kulka British Cataphoric Chinese choice clause Cloze cognitive communication context contrastive analysis contrastive discourse markers corpus corpus linguistics criticism cross-cultural cultures degree of imposition deixis direct discourse markers discourse particles distal Dutch enabled action English entities example expressions focus forms of address French function Haverkate Head Act hearer Hungarian ideology illocutionary force imperative indirect anaphor interaction intercultural interjections interpretation Japanese subjects Kasper language Levinson lexical linguistic Mandarin Chinese means modal particles native speakers negative face nominal predicate non-iconic non-native Norwegian notion p-value person politeness markers positive face pronominal pronoun proximate demonstratives questions reference referential refusal relationship relevant request rhetorical role semantic relations sentence situation social sociolinguistics sociopragmatic Spanish speech acts structure suggestion supportive moves syntactic Table Taiwan temporal theory translation tutor University University of Brighton utterance variables Verschueren zero anaphor