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Glossa. A Journal of General Linguistics, ISSN 2397-1835, 2020, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 23
This article presents a case study on the shifting interaction between clause structure, information structure and discourse organisation in the history of... 
Illocutionary force | Old English | Syntactic change | Word meaning | Pragmatics | Function words | Language history | Middle English | Common ground | Exclamatives | Adverbs | Questions | Word order | Information structure | Clauses | common ground management | clause structure | discourse particles | pragmatics | discourse markers
Journal Article
Shijie Hanyu Jiaoxue = Chinese Teaching in the World, ISSN 1002-5804, 01/2020, Issue 1, p. 44
Question and exclamation are two important categories in language. There is a close relationship between them, which is manifested in the transformation of... 
Semantics | Exclamatives | Questions
Journal Article
LingBuzz, 10/2019
In this paper, we argue for an analysis of exclamative sentences as assertions equivalent to declarative sentences with emotive verbs. We offer a wide range of... 
Speech acts | Declarative sentences | Semantics | Greek language | Exclamatives | German language | Syntax | Truth | Verbs
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Corela, ISSN 1638-573X, 09/2019, Volume 29, Issue HS-29
Based on a corpus made up of recordings from Tennessee Williams’s play, A Streetcar Named Desire, this article investigates the phonology of exclamative... 
exclamative utterances | English prosody | intonation | speech acts | suprasegmental phonology
Journal Article
Russian Linguistics, ISSN 0304-3487, 8/2019, Volume 43, Issue 2, pp. 107 - 125
Based on the data from the Russian National Corpus, the paper studies Russian wh-exclamatives with and without predicates. Firstly, it lists wh-exclamatives... 
Linguistics | Linguistics, general | Russian | Syntax | Regional and Cultural Studies | Historical Linguistics | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | CLAUSES | Russian language | Corpus linguistics | Wh phrases | Exclamatives | Noun phrases | Case marking | Adjectives | Scalarity (Semantics)
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구결연구, ISSN 1226-6019, 2019, Volume 43, Issue 43, pp. 5 - 53
In this article, I researched about the final endings in Ancient Korean and sought subjects to study. The period of Ancient Korean includes periods from three... 
감탄 | 명령 | desiderative | interrogative | propositive | 종결어미 | 평서 | 원망법 | optative | 청유 | Final ending | 고대국어 | Ancient Korean | 의문 | exclamative | declarative | imperative | 기원문 | 한국어와문학
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Intercultural Pragmatics, ISSN 1612-295X, 05/2019, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp. 335 - 361
In this work we consider Italian special questions expressing surprise and question-exclamatives expressing surprise-disapproval. Both sentence types are... 
surprise | syntax | prosody | special questions | surprise-disapproval | gesture | Italian language | Prosody | Function words | Gestures | Syntactic structures | Exclamatives | Syntax pragmatics interface | Pragmatics
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International Review of Pragmatics, ISSN 1877-3095, 05/2019, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 272 - 300
Abstract Exclamations, exclamatives and miratives are utterances that do not merely convey some informative content, but are designed to express the emotional... 
Reference (Semantic) | Exclamatives | Attitudes | Meaning | Communication | Pragmatics
Journal Article
Lexis, 03/2019
À l’aide d’une définition bi-dimensionelle des émotions en termes de valence (charge évaluative) et d’intensité (activation physiologique) (T. Colibazzi et al.... 
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스페인어문학(구 서어서문연구), ISSN 1738-2130, 2018, Volume 88, Issue 88, pp. 59 - 81
This paper discusses certain types of exclamatives in Spanish in which they appear in the shape of declarative and do not involve wh-phrase at the... 
생략 | wh-movement | 의문사이동 | 평서문 | 주어위치 | exclamative | ellipsis subject position | 감탄문 | declarative | 스페인어와문학
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Journal of the International Phonetic Association, ISSN 0025-1003, 2018, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp. 57 - 76
Using a simulated telephone conversation task, we elicited sarcastic production in different utterance types (i.e. declaratives, tag questions and... 
LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LINGUISTICS | IRONY | Pitch (Phonology) | Tag questions | Prosody | British English | Statistical analysis | Exclamatives | Speech rate | Speech | Conversation | Pragmatics
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01/2018, ISBN 0438390431
This dissertation elucidates the connection between scales and non-gradable expressions in the Spanish language, with a specific focus on the Puerto Rican... 
Reference (Semantic) | Hispanic American studies | Psychology | Dialects | Pragmatics | Reading | Quantifiers | Linguistics | Exclamatives | Spanish | Children | Logic | Philosophy | Truth | Judgment
Dissertation
Review of Cognitive Linguistics, ISSN 1877-9751, 2017, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp. 489 - 514
This paper analyzes how the semantic category of mirativity is expressed by means of particles in standard Spanish. Specifically, I study the verb-based... 
Left periphery | Mirativity | Infinitive | Verb-based particles | Exclamative | verb-based particles | left periphery | LINGUISTICS | mirativity | infinitive | EXCLAMATIVES | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | exclamative
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Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics, ISSN 1027-3417, 12/2017, Volume 48, pp. 17 - 33
We consider the to date minimally discussed phenomenon of negative exclamatives in Afrikaans. Negative exclamatives superficially seem to be negative, when... 
true optionality | Exclamatives | Afrikaans | expletive negation
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Glottotheory, ISSN 1337-7892, 09/2017, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 46
The present paper is about types of seeming subordination (i.e. subordination by form), which in fact bears all distributional assets of insubordination. Yet,... 
intonation | illocutive force | modal discourse particles | exclamative | sentence type | sentential autonomy | finiteness | subordination
Journal Article
Journal of Pragmatics, ISSN 0378-2166, 07/2017, Volume 115, p. 21
Insubordination is defined as the phenomenon whereby a formally subordinate clause is conventionally used as a main or independent clause. Evans (2007)... 
Illocutionary force | Language varieties | Syntactic structures | Exclamatives | Grammar | Spanish language | Meaning | Clauses
Journal Article
Journal of Pragmatics, ISSN 0378-2166, 07/2017, Volume 115, pp. 21 - 36
•Constructional status can be used as a test for insubordinate status.•Exclamative-evaluative constructions constitute a subset of insubordinate... 
Exclamatives | Complement constructions | Insubordination | Modality | Construction Grammar | Complementizers | LINGUISTICS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | CLAUSES | SWEDISH
Journal Article
Langue française, ISSN 0023-8368, 2017, Volume 194, Issue 2, pp. 51 - 68
L'article traite d'une construction à valeur exclamative, constituée d'un pronom tonique suivi d'une forme verbale à l'infinitif : Moi, me moquer ! Cette... 
Negation | Infinitive | Construction grammar | Exclamation | Polyphony
Journal Article
01/2017, ISBN 9780355415131
This dissertation concerns the formal pragmatics of constructions in English and Japanese that are perceptively intensificative in their discourse function in... 
Context | Dynamic semantics | Evidentiality | Japanese language | Conversation | Implicature | Pragmatics | Speech acts | English | Language | Gossip | Common ground | Collaboration | Syntactic structures | Linguistics | Exclamatives | Discourse functions | Polarity | Natural language | Questions | Meaning | Truth | Judgment
Dissertation
Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics, ISSN 1027-3417, 01/2017, Volume 48, p. 17
We consider the to date minimally discussed phenomenon of negative exclamatives in Afrikaans. Negative exclamatives superficially seem to be negative, when... 
Afrikaans language | Negation | Exclamatives
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