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Three Components of Thinking
Why Does Language Have Sentences?
Discrepancies Between Intonational and Syntactic Closure
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A-nd u-m a—nd ambiguity American apron basic level basket of pears bicycle boy Bike Boy causal center of interest Chafe character Chicano clause subject cognitive comes conceptual material consciousness context definite article definite initial mentions descriptive mode discourse mode discourse units ellipsis ellipted English and Japanese episode boundaries expressed extraction focus focuses following example frame girl goat going Greek idea units identifiable indefinite mentions individual inexplicit introduced Japanese narratives Japanese speakers ladder language larger chunk lexeme lexical linguistic looks minichunk narrative mode narrators nominal reference nonreferential mentions noun phrases object occur Okay otoko paddle Paddleball Boy passive voice pear tree pear-picking percent picking pears picking the pears prior activation pronominal pronouns referential choices relative clause riding road salience scene seems semantic sentence boundaries sort strategy subchunking switch reference syntactic there's three boys three pears Threesome verb verbalization walking zero-form