[Pragmatics, 20:1] 2010. ca. 125 pp.
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Table of Contents
Generic patterns and socio-cultural resources in acknowledgements accompanying Arabic Ph.D. dissertationsMohammed Nahar Al-Ali | pp. 1–26
Noun phrase conjunction in Akan: The grammaticalization pathNana Aba Appiah Amfo | pp. 27–41
Letting go of the past in Spanish therapeutic discourse: An examination of verbs and discursive variablesNydia Flores-Ferrán | pp. 43–70
The sentence-final particles ne and yo in soliloquial JapaneseYoko Hasegawa | pp. 71–89
Getting negatives in Arizona Tewa: On the relevance of ethnopragmatics and language ideologies to understanding a case of grammaticalizationPaul V. Kroskrity | pp. 91–107
Subjective and intersubjective uses of Japanese verbs of cognition in conversationMisumi Sadler | pp. 109–128