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maxim of quantity
MAXIM OF QUANTITY IS AS INFORMATIVE AS IS NEEDED.
maxim of quality
MAXIM OF QUALITY IS TRUTHFUL AND DOES NOT GIVE OUT FALSE INFORMATION
MAXIM OF RELATION
MAXIM OF RELATION- THE INFORMATION HAS TO BE RELEVANT TO THE DISCUSSION
MAXIM OF MANNER
MAXIM OF MANNER IS CLEAR, BRIEF AND AVOIDS AMBIGUITY.
EXPECTATIONS OF CONVERSATION IN THE TOPIC OR CONTEXT. E.g. interviews
The process by which speakers co-construct conversation.
A simple structure of two turns E.g. question: would you like a job? answer: yes
A second part of an adjacency pair that doesn’t fit in with
what the speaker of the first part wants to hear. E.g. question: would you like the job? answer: no thats the dispreferred response.
Additional sequence between the two parts of an adjacency pair. E.g.
A: Do you want to go the cinema?
B: Why, what’s on?
A: Star Wars.
Transition relevance place
A natural point foranother speaker to take a turn.
Constraint: The influence a more powerful speaker can have on another speaker.
A non-verbal sound that acts like pause –either to signal uncertainty or simply as a ‘breathing space’ for the speaker.
When a speaker begins to speak, stops and then starts again.
When a speaker corrects some aspect of what they have said – the error might be a grammatical one or the use of a wrong word, accident or mentioning something inappropriate.
A word or phrase that returns to the conversation or previous topic
Deixis: Understanding the information due to
being in the context dependent situation.
Ellipsis: Recipient understands the shortened expression as omission of words are sued for economic reasons.
Words or phrases that show attention oragreement, and encourages a speaker to carry on talking.
Words used to change the topic.