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E G R D P W S I E G C G P A F T V L S T P
E N B J M X U C Y R V I S L J D W E V D V
B I L N S F E M P H A T I C S T R E S S S
S L A Y R I P A P I E Y I I L E N N Q X R
V L T P E R A C M N R D S J C D O G V P N
K E C R U E E O O D Q F U N S I W E I K V
U N H S W U S P A D A U E O K L B P S V Q
R N I N K T E E Q E L U R P H X O G A K F
A A N U K X G N H P Q B S L N F F J A T W
J H G K V R D I Y E U B G G X W G M K F S
M C O B F T E N S N M N P A T G H L I J N
M K N W W S H G T O P I C S H I F T J C H
F C L W L S N S D T U R N T A K I N G E H
R A D N A I J E A X C D T B C L V G G P L
S B J M S R B Q V G T H N C S O D I P W G
L H Y O O O J U F A L S E S T A R T S N J
K K L U B M E E M I O A E I C J N O Y C P
L C G U Y W U N O D C M Y H W D B S U U D
U U C X U K X C D B E B I D D P A Q M F S
G J K L O K G E A J L I G C L J N X Y R W
M I F Q F U P A F P T X S X C L C P M C P

Clues

  • A smooth taking over from someone else speaking without pauses or overlaps (8, 2)
  • Certain words or phrases are emphasised when spoken (8, 6)
  • Initial interactions to start a conversation (7, 8)
  • Provides feedback to show someone is listening (4, 11)
  • Someone begins speaking then starts again and rephrases what they say (5, 6)
  • Taking turns to speak in a conversation (4, 6)
  • Uncertainty about a topic (6)
  • Ways to end a conversation (7, 8)
  • When someone changes the focus of a conversation (5, 5)

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