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ISSUES IN SPEECH ACT PRAGMATICS
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American English analysis Argentinian Spanish asked Australian English bitte Blum-Kulka borrow your notes British English Cambridge Canadian French CCSARP data choice clean coding context conventional indirectness conventionally indirect cross-linguistic cultures degree dimensions directness levels dominance elicited Ervin-Tripp example explicit factors Fanshel German learners German native speakers Gumperz Head Act hearer Hebrew House IFID illocutionary force Imperatives impositives indirect requests indirect strategies interaction interlanguage internal modification Israeli Kasper kitchen language transfer Lecturer levels of directness linguistic marker modal verbs nonnative nonstandard situations obligation offence Olshtain opacity oral paper parameters pleaselbitte policeman politeness pragmalinguistic pragmatic propositional Query Preparatory question questionnaire realization reference relative request situations requested act requestive behavior requestive Hint requestive strategy requests and apologies ride role Searle second language semantic social distance social situations sociolinguistic sociopragmatic specific speech act standard situations strategy types student substrategies supportive moves syntactic downgraders Table tion variation waiter Wolfson