Spoken Language Terms

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

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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