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Liason
Words are spoken at the same speed, running together, creating words to produce a new sound.
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Fillers
''right'', ''well'
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Voiced Pauses
Allow speaker time to consider what theya re going to say next to indicate they're not finished to prevent interruptions.
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False Starts
Two speakers speaking at the same time, or when speaker is changing what they are talking abou
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Back Chanelling
Used by listening to give feedbac to a speaker that the message is being followed ad understood
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Contraction
Reduced form marked by an apostrophe. ''can't''
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Accent
Ways in which words are pronounced. Can be due to social or regional status
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Discourse Maker
Words that can be used to signpost what is going to be followed e.g. ''now'', ''first'', ''on the other hand''
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Elipsis
Lacking in certain words in a sentence. Can be used to show the informality of the relationship. e.g. ''you going to the party later?''
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Gricis Maxim
Quality, Quanitity, Relevance & Manner [clear & cohert]
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Hedge
Words and phrases which soften the way in which something is said
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Idolect
Individually distinctive way of speaking
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Non-Fluency Features
Fillers, reppetition, hesistations, false starts, overlaps, interuption
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Phatic Talk
Conversational utterances that have no concrete purpose other than to establish or maintain personal relationships. Small talk. e.g. ''hw are you''
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Paralinguistic features
Body langauge and use of gestreures e.g. laughing tht adds more meaning than just the words
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Repairs
Alteration made by the speaker to correct or clarify a previous conversational contribution
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Sociolect
Speech used by a paticular social group such as upper-class
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Tag Question
Striing of words that turns a declarative into an interrogative. e.g. ''its a bit expensive round here, isn't it''
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Transactional Talk
Transmitting infromation or content
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Turn taking
Orderly arrangments of conversation where thre are minimal overlaps and a gap between them
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Vague Laguage
''whatis'' ''thingy''
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''right'', ''well'

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Fillers

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Allow speaker time to consider what theya re going to say next to indicate they're not finished to prevent interruptions.

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Card 4

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Two speakers speaking at the same time, or when speaker is changing what they are talking abou

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Card 5

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Used by listening to give feedbac to a speaker that the message is being followed ad understood

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