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MODULE 2 Meaning and discourse in English. THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SPEECH AND WRITING Lecture 11. Esonero - Lun.15 Dicembre. 12.00 - AL 13.00 MZ Practice exam Wednesday 4 December ore 15. Dialogue 1 “They’re going to ..”. uhm - filler + - hesitation a trial thing - “thing” substitute

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module 2 meaning and discourse in english

MODULE 2 Meaning and discourse in English

THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SPEECH AND WRITING

Lecture 11

esonero lun 15 dicembre
Esonero - Lun.15 Dicembre
  • 12.00 - AL
  • 13.00 MZ

Practice exam

Wednesday 4 December ore 15

dialogue 1 they re going to
Dialogue 1“They’re going to ..”
  • uhm - filler
  • + - hesitation
  • a trial thing - “thing” substitute
  • astonishing - expression of attitude
  • isn’t it - repetition, asking for

agreement

dialogue 2 i remember very vaguely
Dialogue 2“I remember very vaguely”
  • oh - attitude/filler
  • this … this - repetition
  • history … history - repetition
  • + - hesitation
  • yes - agreement
dialogue 3 were you watching
Dialogue 3“were you watching …?”
  • + - hesitation
  • put up with - prepositional expression
  • watch …watch - repetition
  • I watched it on Saturday - repetition
  • supporters - repetition
  • were booing them - repetition
dialogue 4 and she goes
Dialogue 4“and she goes …”
  • eh - filler
  • + - hesitation
  • ah - agreement/filler
  • yes - agreement
  • lovely - attitude
dialogue 5 there was no ele
Dialogue 5“there was no ele- …”
  • ele- - filler
  • + - hesitation
  • there was no electricity - reformulation
  • really - reinforcement
  • terrible - attitude
  • terrible - repetition
transient v permanent
More transient

note on fridge door

conversation

More permanent

college report

recorded political speech

Transient v Permanent
formal v informal
More formal

Oral presentation

essay

More informal

Email to friend

Phone call

Formal v informal
interactive v non interactive
More interactive

SMS

chat

Less interactive

poster

lecture

Interactive v non-interactive
context dependent
More context -dep.

Oral directions

Instruction leaflet

Less context dep.

Fictional work

Poetry recital

Context dependent ?
scripted speech a note
SCRIPTED SPEECHA note
  • Scripts and subtitles tend to ignore some characteristics of speech. This is because they are considered not fundamental to the message
  • Actors may then include these characteristics during performance
  • Modern dramatists such as Harold Pinter and David Mamet have taken greater interest in the details of speech. Which ones?