Discourse Markers in Native and Non-native English Discourse

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Simone Müller | Justus Liebig University, Giessen
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While discourse markers have been examined in some detail, little is known about their usage by non-native speakers. This book provides valuable insights into the functions of four discourse markers (so, well, you know and like) in native and non-native English discourse, adding to both discourse marker literature and to studies in the pragmatics of learner language. It presents a thorough analysis on the basis of a substantial parallel corpus of spoken language. In this corpus, American students who are native speakers of English and German non-native speakers of English retell and discuss a silent movie. Each of the main chapters of the book is dedicated to one discourse marker, giving a detailed analysis of the functions this discourse marker fulfills in the corpus and a quantitative comparison between the two speaker groups. The book also develops a two-level model of discourse marker functions comprising a textual and an interactional level.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 138] 2005.  xviii, 290 pp.
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“Overall, this book is a solid and ambitious piece of research. [...] The analysis as it stands is a valuable reference for anyone studying discourse markers, especially but not limited to the four dealt with in these chapters.”
“[...] this book is a welcome addition to the existing literature on non-native acquisition and use of English.”
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