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Title: Reported speech : Optionality and constraints in choosing how to report an utterance
Authors: Campbell-Larsen, John
Keywords: Reported speech
Interaction
Language acquisition
Issue Date: 25-Dec-2020
Publisher: 京都女子大学英文学会
Abstract: Reported speech (RS) is a very common feature of mundane spoken interaction and as such, it is fitting that language learners be taught how to do reporting. However, reporting speech is a complex and challenging task for learners. On the one hand, there are grammatical and lexical/semantic rules governing the expression of reports. On the other hand, there are multiple areas of redundancy and optionality, with reporters having a number of different resources available to achieve the same communicative goals. This paper will describe some of these aspects of RS, contrasting the obligatory and optional features of reports.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3130
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