From interaction to grammar: Estonian finite verb forms in conversation
"This is a Ph.D. dissertation. This study contributes to the research tradition of interactional linguistics. It demonstrates how interactional patterns and sequences of actions are, or emerge as, part of the syntagmatic structure of a language, and why th"
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adverb ahah analysis answer approx arvan asks clause clitic conversation conversation analysis disaligning discourse dispreferred dunno epistemic Estonian Estonian grammar example finite verb formulation frequent function grammar grammaticalization hear:IMP:2SG hedging Hennoste I:ADS I:NEG know iitleme ikka implemented initiated interactional linguistics interlocutor intonation unit involved Keevallik kind know:2SG kule kuule language lexical linguistic linguistic items Linnaleht literal usage look look:IMP:2SG means mhmh mingi nagu NAME:GEN NEG know occur Okay olgu onju oota paluks palun particle-like pause person phonological position potential pragmatic particles present corpus present study produced projecting prosodically question relevant repair requests response Schegloff seda seems semantic sequence sequential social actions speaker specific structure syntactic unit tahendab talk Tartu TCU-initial tead telemarketer tion topic Traugott turn turn-final turn-initial Uhuh usage patterns vaata vaatalvat variant word yeah you:SG