Discourse and Pragmatics in Functional Grammar
John H. Connolly
Mouton de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 235 pages
Functional Grammar is a linguistic theory in which language is regarded intrinsically as a vehicle of communicative interaction. As such it has a strongly pragmatic orientation, and this book presents the results of some of the most recent research into pragmatics within the Functional Grammar framework. A good deal of attention is paid, in particular, to the treatment of discourse-level phenomena. manifestations.
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Discourse markers discourse structure and Functional Grammar
A functionally oriented analysis of spoken dialogue between individuals
Business conversations from a conversation analytical and a Functional
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