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relationship(s) with register, i.e. fiction (F) and non-fiction (NF). Our hypothesis is that interference underlies and may be a cause of explicitation, implicitation and, indirectly, normalization. The focus is on Spanish discourse markers (DMs) translated

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Blakemore, Diane 1996. Are apposition markers discourse markers? In: Journal of Linguistics 32: 325–347. Blakemore D. Are apposition markers discourse markers

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. The first one is a read-aloud-experiment for investigating ten frequent functions of the Hungarian spontaneous-speech specific discourse marker hát ‘well/so’, distinguishable on the basis of the pragmasemantic toolbox offered by Alberti et al. (2019

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particular. Regarding theatre texts, Brumme (2008 , 2012) focuses on translations from German of the play Der Kontrabaß and analyses different features, such as discourse markers, vulgar language or phraseological units. There is much ground

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Although it lacks grammaticalized categories of definite and indefinite articles and its “bare” nouns are (usually) ambiguous between a definite and indefinite interpretation, Serbo-Croatian has appropriate lexical items for marking discourse-old and discourse-new nominal referents. I demonstrate that there are contexts in which use of these discourse markers is obligatory for obtaining the intended reading, as the “bare” nominal phrase would unambiguously be interpreted as definite or indefinite, depending on the context. More importantly, when present, these discourse markers block left branch and adjunct extractions from the rest of the NP, indicating that a determiner phrase might be projected, even in an article less language.

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6 167 90 Furkó, Péter 2007. The pragmatic marker-discourse marker dichotomy reconsidered: The case of well and of course . Debreceni Egyetem

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Blakemore, Diane 2004. Discourse markers. In: Laurence R. Horn — Gregory Ward (eds): The handbook of pragmatics, 221–240. Blackwell, Oxford & Malden MA. Blakemore D

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Kiefer, Ferenc 1988. Modal particles as discourse markers in questions. In: Acta Linguistica Hungarica 38: 107–125. Kiefer F. Modal particles as discourse markers in questions

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Jucker, Andreas H. 1993. The discourse marker wel l : A relevance-theoretical account. In: Journal of Pragmatics 19: 435–452. Jucker A. H. The discourse marker wel l: A relevance

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. Schiffrin , Deborah . 1987 . Discourse markers . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Spencer-Oatey , Helen . 2008 . Face, (im)politeness and rapport . In

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