[Pragmatics, 22:1] 2012. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Length of residence and intensity of interaction: Modification in Greek L2 requestsSpyridoula Bella | pp. 1–39
An analysis of The thing is that S sentencesGerald P. Delahunty | pp. 41–78
“can you tell me how to get there?” Naturally-occurring versus role-play data in direction-givingJennifer D. Ewald | pp. 79–102
Medial deictic demonstratives in Arabic: Fact or fallacySamir Omar Jarbou | pp. 103–118
Compromising progressivity: ‘No’-prefacing in estonianLeelo Keevallik | pp. 119–146
Non-situational functions of demonstrative noun phrases in Lingala (Bantu)Michael Meeuwis and Koen Stroeken | pp. 147–166
The interplay of greetings and promises: Political encounters between the Warao and the new indigenous leadership in the Orinoco Delta, VenezuelaJuan Luis Rodríguez | pp. 167–187