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ADJACENCY PAIR
QUESTIONS FOLLOWING ON FROM EACH OTHER
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ADJECTIVE
A DESCRIBING WORD
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ADVERB
ADDS INFORMATION ABOUT HOW A VERB IS COMPLETED
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WRITTEN DISCOURSE
A FORMAL WRITTEN TEXT, OFTEN IMPLYING COMMUNICATION OR DEBATE
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ARCHAIC
OLD FASHIONED LANGUAGE
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ASSONANCE
THE REPETITION OF VOWEL SOUNDS TO CREATE RHYMES WITHIN A PHRASE OR SENTENCE
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BIAS
A PREFERENCE FOR A PARTICULAR POINT OF VIEW, REFLECTING PRECONCEIVED IDEAS
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CLAUSE CONSTRUCTION
THE WAYS IN WHICH CLAUSES ARE CREATED BY AUTHORS TO PORTRAY MESSAGE AND STYLE
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CONTRACTION
THE SHORTENING OF A WORD OR WORDS TO REFLECT SPOKEN USAGE, INDICATED BY AN APOSTROPHE
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CPR
CONTEXTS, PURPOSES, RECEIVERS - FACTORS THAT HELP WITH THE ANALYSIS OF A SPEECH ENCOUNTER
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DEICTIC LANGUAGE
WORDS OR EXPRESSIONS THAT RELY ON CONTEXT TO GIVE THEIR MEANING
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DIALOGIC
THE ADJECTIVE FOR A DIALOGUE BETWEEN MORE THAN TWO PEOPLE
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DISCOURSE MARKER
A WORD OR PHRASE THAT MARKS THE DIVISION BETWEEN THE PARTS OF A COMMUNICATION
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DOMINANT SPEAKER
THE PERSON WHO IS IN CONTROL OF THE CONVERSATION
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ELLIPSIS
THE OMISSION OF PART OF A SENTENCE THAT CAN BE UNDERSTOOD FROM THE CONTEXT
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EMBEDDED DIALOGUE
DIALOGUE WHICH IS REPORTED AS PART OF A WIDER STORY
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EXCHANGE
THE SPEECH WHEN TWO PEOPLE TALK IS CALLED THIS
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FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
WORDS THAT ARE NOT USED LITERALLY, SUCH AS METAPHORS OR SIMILES OFTEN SUGGESTING A COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO THINGS
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FILLER
SOUNDS (ER, UM) OR WORDS (Y'KNOW) THAT ARE SPOKEN TO FILL POTENTIAL GAPS IN UTTERANCES
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GENRE
A STYLE OR CATEGORY
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HEDGE
A WORD OR PHRASE THAT SOFTENS THE FORCE WITH WHICH SOMETHING IS SAID
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IDIOLECT
THE TERM FOR AN INDIVIDUAL'S LANGUAGE OR SPEECH PATTERNS
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IMPERITIVE
A GRAMMATICAL FORM EXPRESSING AN ORDER
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INTERROGATIVE
A GRAMMATICAL FORM CONVENTIONALLY EXPRESSING A QUESTION
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JARGON
WORDS OR EXPRESSIONS SPECIFIC TO PARTICULAR SUBJECTS, OFTEN PRECISE AND DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND
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JUXTAPOSITION
THE SETTING OF THINGS NEXT TO EACH OTHER, FOR LITERARY EFFECT
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LEXIS
THE TOTAL SET OF WORDS IN A LANGUAGE - THE VOCABULARY
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NON FLUENCY FEATURE
ASPECTS OF SPONTANEOUS SPEECH, SUCH AS FALSE STARTS, FILLERS AND HESITATIONS THAT INDICATE IT IS UNPLANNED
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ONOMATOPOEIA
THE FORMATION OF A WORD REFLECTING THE SOUND OF THE OBJECT OR ACTION TO WHICH IT REFERS
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PARALINGUISTIC FEATURES
ELEMENTS OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION
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PERSONA
AN ASPECT OF SOMEONE'S PERSONALITY
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PHONETIC
THE ADJECTIVE FOR THE SOUNDS OF SPEECH
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PRAGMATICS
THE STUDY OF HOW MEANINGS ARE CONVEYED IN THE SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF LANGUAGE USE
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PROSODICS
THE WAY A SPEAKER COMMUNICATES: VOLUME, PITCH, TONE AND STRESS
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RAPPORT
A POSITIVE CONNECTION BETWEEN PEOPLE
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REGISTER
A FORM OF LANGUAGE APPROPRIATE TO A PARTICULAR SITUATION
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SALUTATION
A GREETING
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SEMANTIC FIELD
A GROUP OF WORDS DRAWN FROM A PARTICULAR AREA OR FIELD
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SIGNPOSTING
USE OF CLEAR SIGNS TO ENABLE THE RECEIVER TO FIND THEIR WAY AROUND SOMETHING EASILY
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SYNTAX
RULES THAT APPLY TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF SENTENCES
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TAG QUESTION
A SHORT IMPERATIVE STRUCTURE ATTACHED TO A DECLARATIVE
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TABOO LANGUAGE
FORBIDDEN LANGUAGE
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TRIADIC STRUCTURE
LISTS OF THREE, USED FOR EFFECT
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UTTERANCE
A WORD OR PHRASE
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VAGUE LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE THAT USES WORDS WITHOUT PRECISE MEANING
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SYNTACTIC PARALLELISM
REPETITION
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VAGUE LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE THAT USES WORDS WITHOUT PRECISE MEANING
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SYNTACTIC PARALLELISM
REPETITION OF A GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTION
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