Three-Part Comparison Notes

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    • Conversations
      • Spontaneous/Unedited
      • Low level lexis
      • Lack of adjectives, imagery, alliteration
      • Sometimes non-standard English
      • Verbal Fillers/Non-Verbal Fillers
      • Elision/Elipses
      • End-Clipping/Hedging
      • Prosodic Features/non-fluency features
      • Informal
      • Usually personal audience
      • Common discourse community
      • Discourse Markers
    • Speeches
      • Persuasive Language
      • Emotive language
      • Given to specific audience
      • Pre-planned/Edited
      • Could be semi-spontaneous
      • Rhetorical Devices
      • Inclusive pronouns to include the audience
      • Prosodic Features removed
    • Novels
      • High level lexis
      • Imagery
      • Description
      • Broader Audience
      • Structured in paragraphs normally
      • More adjectives
      • Completely edited and planned
    • Factual
      • Formal writing style
      • Usually shared discourse community if reading about certain topic
      • Higher level lexis
      • More definite structure, sometimes headings and bullet points
      • Edited
      • Appropriate language for purpose and place
      • Prosodic Features Removed
    • Introduction
      • These texts relate various (accidents/fishing experiences/birds) ranging from...
      • How the different show their attitudes towards subject
      • PACT
  • Higher level lexis

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