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By Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen (Ed.), Cecilia E. Ford (Ed.)

This number of unique papers through eminent phoneticians, linguists and sociologists deals the newest findings on phonetic layout in interactional discourse to be had in an edited assortment. The chapters learn the association of phonetic element on the subject of social activities in talk-in-interaction in response to info drawn from different languages: jap, English, Finnish, and German, in addition to from different audio system: teenagers, fluent adults and adults with language loss. simply because related method is deployed for the research of comparable conversational projects in several languages, the gathering paves the best way in the direction of a cross-linguistic phonology for dialog. The reviews pronounced within the quantity make it transparent that language-specific constraints are at paintings in making a choice on precisely which phonetic and prosodic assets are deployed for a given objective and the way they articulate with grammar in several cultures and speech groups.

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Mutta at the start of the turn contrasts this TCU with the prior one. In other words, this turn is designed to be heard as providing enough reason for P’s question in lines 10/12 to be heard as relevant and for C to be established as someone who has an appropriate connection to her chosen piece, and can therefore reasonably ask for a piece about farm machinery to be played. This TCU is however not prosodically marked as turn-final. The next TCU, at line 16, contrasts with line 15. Riihimäki is where C lives, as has been established in the very opening of the call.

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We can see that while P’s continued talk starts on-beat with this, it continues off-beat and at a faster tempo than the first formulation of his question. But there is evidence also of C’s orientation to rhythm as a device for placing incoming talk. Her turn starts in line 3. While the first part of her turn, no, does not come in on-beat with any part of P’s talk (680 ms after his first mitä, and 328 ms after his second one), siihen, which carries a pitch accent, starts in overlap with the start of mieleen, which is on-beat with P’s second, faster rhythm.

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