Hudson’s Sociolinguistics: The structure of speech

Entries and exits

About entering and ending an interaction, Hudson explains that speech is structured, and it is composed of grammatical structures: sentences (short or long) like questions and answers. Greetings and farewells all offer the nearest example of structure in speech. Continue reading “Hudson’s Sociolinguistics: The structure of speech”

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