Spoken Language Terms

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  • Created on: 11-12-13 13:57
T H I R D P E R S O N P R O N O U N N Q M
X G R X Y U N E A Q T W Q K U V F Q S N P
F N E V Y U D V S J J N O L O N P E T A T
Q O G U S F S R S I X P T S N P N H A H B
D I A D P I M J B N N K U D O H P T G P G
A T U I E A S I Q T P S O R R L G F Q D S
O P G M A W I G W E V E V O P R W G U M C
B U N O K S L D F R B V T W N N S K E O E
C R A H E A A X Q O V I J D O Q Y T S P O
N E L J R C I I U G G T N E S N B Y T U U
H T E Y S Q U C O A V A N T R D V U I U K
C N U J U C Q I V T D T G A E T X C O M R
D I G M P Q O Q I I R R H G P S M E N E M
U N A S P Q L Y J V H E U N D A M Q S B L
Q C V T O H L E K E P P A O N X A J M G L
E D D Y R X O R V S D M V L O Q F A D D H
N N J M T E C Y W T D I J E C R E N J U Y
H T H R S D X B P R V N X J E W W H J J P
C E P G P O R J H D I F U Y S X T F V Y D
K H E A M K Q Q R P P K R Y K L A U L S Y
B B H X B G Q J L K N Q T Y U U Y H C H B

Clues

  • Causes something to seem imprecise e.g. 'and stuff' (5, 8)
  • Give thinking time or convey a wide range of attitudes, feelings and meanings (9, 5)
  • he/she (singular), they/them (plural) - makes the speaker more distant (5, 6, 7)
  • One speaker making vocalizations, words or comments to show they're listening (7, 7)
  • Orders, requests or pleas in relation to turn-taking and control of agenda setting (12)
  • Questions in relation to turn-taking and agenda setting (13)
  • When a declarative or imperative id changed into a question by adding a tag at the end e.g. 'it's on the way to London, isn't it?' (3, 9)
  • When one speaker speaks while another is talking, can suggest conflict or collaboration (11)
  • Words and phrases commonly heard in informal speech but rarely used in writing e.g. 'mate' (14)
  • You - direct address to involve the reader (6, 6, 7)

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