They’re a Little Bit Different… Observations on Hedges in Academic Talk
Cited by 12 other publications
Do hedges always hedge?
Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) ►
pp. 321 ff.
Aijmer, Karin & Anne-Marie Simon-Vandenbergen
Biber, Douglas & Susan Conrad
Register, Genre, and Style
Caprario, Marcella, Naoko Taguchi & Randi Reppen
Corpus-informed instruction of the pragmatic marker I mean
The Language Learning Journal
pp. 460 ff.
Claridge, Claudia, Ewa Jonsson & Merja Kytö
A Little Something Goes a Long Way: Little in the Old Bailey Corpus
Journal of English Linguistics
pp. 61 ff.
Johansen, Stine Hulleberg
Lampropoulou, Sofia & Paige Johnson
‘[P]aying back to the community and to the British people’: Migration as transactional discourse in curated stories by UK charity organisations
Discourse & Society
pp. 598 ff.
‘We Are Going to Do a Lot of Things for College Tuition’: Vague Language in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Debates
pp. 167 ff.
Methods in discourse variation analysis: Reflections on the way forward1
Journal of Sociolinguistics
pp. 581 ff.
Recent developments of the pragmatic markers kind of and sort of in spoken British English
English Language and Linguistics
pp. 563 ff.
Vague References to Quantities as a Face-Saving Strategy in Teacher-Student Interaction
Lodz Papers in Pragmatics
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