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use of the pragmatic marker "like" by Irish teenagers

Angela Farrell

use of the pragmatic marker "like" by Irish teenagers

is it a girl thing?

by Angela Farrell

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Use of the pragmatic marker "like" by Irish teenagers by Angela Farrell Download PDF EPUB FB2

To explore similarities and differences inthe use ofthe pragmatic marker 'like' byteenage girls and teenage boys. The Hypotheses 1. The pragmatic marker 'like' isused more frequently by Irish teenagers than Irish adults.

This lexical item. The innovative use of 'like' as a pragmatic marker has generated much discussion in linguistic circles in recent times. This study sets out to explore this linguistic phenomenon, typically associated with teenagers and teenage girls in particular, in an Irish-English setting, in an attempt to determine how the marker is used by young Irish speakers and whether gender.

Pragmatic Markers in Irish English offers 18 studies from the perspective of variational pragmatics by established and younger scholars with an interest in the English of Ireland.

Taking a broad definition of pragmatic markers (PMs) as items operating outside the structural limits of the clause that encode speakers’ intentions and interpersonal meanings, Pages: A comparative study of the pragmatic marker like in Irish English and in south-eastern varieties of British English Chapter (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Martin Schweinberger.

The discourse marker LIKE in Irish English. as a social index among teenagers who seek to di erentia te This paper presents the extent to which like is used as a pragmatic marker (PM) by Author: Martin Schweinberger.

The empirical work concerns the use of like as a marker, as well as a characteristic use of two originally interrogative forms, innit and is it, which are used as attitudinal markers throughout the inflectional paradigm, despite the fact that they contain a third person singular neuter : The word like has developed several non-traditional uses in informal speech.

Especially since the late 20th century onward, it has appeared, in addition to its traditional uses, as a colloquialism across all dialects of spoken English, serving as a discourse particle, filler, hedge, speech disfluency, or other metalinguistic unit.

Although these particular colloquial uses of like appear. While ‘quotative like’ has spread rapidly throughout the anglophone world, including Ireland, in the past few decades, there is a much older and more established use of like in vernacular varieties of Irish English in both the north and south of the is ‘focuser like’ which is frequently found at the end of a sentence, end of clause or at a pivor point between two clauses.

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The utterance It's raining (of great relevance to the Irish!) can have a variety of different meanings according to who says it, to whom one is talking, and where it is said, amongst other things. The fact that language in use (whether in spoken or written mode) is obviously much more than the sum of its constituent parts – the individual sounds that make up words, the combinations of Cited by: Pragmatic Markers in Irish English offers 18 studies from the perspective of variational pragmatics by established and younger scholars with an interest in the English of Ireland.

Taking a broad definition of pragmatic markers (PMs) as items operating outside the structural limits of the clause that encode speakers’ intentions and interpersonal meanings, this volume includes. pragmatic Markers. Bruce Fraser. Boston University. March I. Introduction.

Simply stated, I take pragmatics to be an account of the process by which the language user takes a sentence representation provided by the grammar and, given the context in which the sentence is uttered, determines what messages and what effects the speaker has conveyed.

(eds) Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. The Pragmatics of Irish English and Irish Raymond Hickey Abstract The Irish and English languages are spoken by groups of people who belong to the same cultural environment, i.e.

both are Irish in. They like wanna see like how we talk and all that: the use of like as a discourse marker in London teenage speech. In Ljung, M. (ed.), Corpus-Based Studies in English: Papers from the 17th International Conference on English Language Research on Cited by: A corpus-based approach to contemporary Irish writing: Ross O’Carroll-Kelly’s use of like as a discourse marker.

CAROLINA P. AMADOR-MORENO. Universidad de Extremadura. Received: 31 January / Accepted: 5 July ABSTRACT. This paper analyses in quantitative and qualitative terms the representation of the discourse marker like in.

Pragmatic markers, interjections and discourse CatJL 6, 2. By comparison with other accounts, some of Romero’s examples are discourse markers, while others are not.

He includes among his Operative Markers: well, now, so. According to Schiffrin, these are discourse markers, while according to Fraser, now is generally a pragmatic Cited by: Irish grammar for English speakers offers few recognizable landmarks by which to orient one's self.

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The results reveal that Nigerian English has patterns of use Cited by: 4.For a dialect supplement, I'd recommend one of the "Teanga Bheo" series to start off with (in Irish, but it's fairly simple Irish - more examples than discussion, really) and if you're particularly interested in Cois Fharraige as opposed to the other Connemara subdialects, de Bhaldraithe's book mentioned above is quite good as well.