Online-first articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

14 May 2024

A relevance-theoretic analysis of Colloquial Singapore English hor
Junwen Lee | 26 pp.
Metaphors to describe sanctions against Iran in American and Iranian newspapers
Rasoul Mohammad Hosseinpur and Mahdi Mansouri | 21 pp.

6 May 2024

Prosodic features of polite speech: Evidence from Korean interactional data
Lucien Brown, Grace Eunhae Oh and Kaori Idemaru | 27 pp.

30 April 2024

Why not focus on combating the virus? On the active and passive egocentrism in communications
Baiyao Zuo | 26 pp.

18 April 2024

The use of the non-lexical sound öö in Hungarian same-turn self-repair
Zsuzsanna Németh | 25 pp.

14 March 2024

‘Where have you been hiding this voice?’: Judges’ compliments on the TV talent show Arab Idol
Fathi Migdadi, Muhammad A. Badarneh and Areej Qudaisat | 28 pp.

1 March 2024

Embodied interaction with face masks and social distancing: Brazilian health care workers’ daily routines in pandemic times
Ulrike Schröder and Sineide Gonçalves | 32 pp.

29 January 2024

Multiple repair solutions in response to open class repair initiators (OCRIs) in next turn: The case of hospitality and tourism service encounters in English as a lingua franca (ELF)
Aonrumpa Thongphut and Jagdish Kaur | 26 pp.

9 January 2024

Move combinations in the conclusion section of applied linguistics research articles
Tomoyuki Kawase | 19 pp.

28 November 2023

What kind of laughter? The triple function of “Hhh” as a contempt, intention, and interpretation marker
Pnina Shukrun-Nagar and Galia Hirsch | 30 pp.

21 November 2023

Modifying requests in a foreign language: A longitudinal study of Australian learners of Chinese
Wei Li | 28 pp.

16 November 2023

Beyond the deferential view of the Chinese V pronoun nin 您
Dániel Z. Kádár, Juliane House and Hao Liu | 30 pp.

2 November 2023

The role of multimodality and intertextuality in accentuating humor in Algerian Hirak ’s posters
Mohammed Nahar Al-Ali and Badra Hadj Djelloul | 24 pp.

23 October 2023

The use and perception of question tags in Trinidadian English
Michael Westphal | 28 pp.

19 October 2023

The use of interlocking multi-unit turns in topic shifts
Innhwa Park, Jan Gorisch, Song Hee Park, Nadja Tadic, Eiko Yasui and Eiko Yasui | 21 pp.

15 September 2023

Syntax and music for interaction: ‘Music-taking-predicate’ constructions in Hebrew musician-to-musician discourse
Yuval Geva | 26 pp.

11 September 2023

The pragmatics of advice-giving in the media discourse: The interplay of speaker gender and hearer gender
Chihsia Tang | 29 pp.

7 September 2023

‘I think’ in Swedish L1 and L2 group interactions
Eveliina Tolvanen | 27 pp.

17 August 2023

Creative metaphors and non-propositional effects: An experiment
Valandis Bardzokas | 28 pp.

25 July 2023

Translating politeness on public notices with a directive function in Thessaloniki: A cross-cultural perspective
Christopher Lees | 31 pp.
An investigation of the formation and pragmatic strategies of “xx- zi ” The case of Chinese internet buzzword juejuezi
Junfang Mu, Lixin Zhang and Yuyang Chen | 23 pp.

20 July 2023

Notes on word order variation in Korean
Chongwon Park and J. Yeon | 27 pp.

4 July 2023

Pragmatic markers in English and Italian film dialogue: Distribution and translation
Liviana Galiano | 33 pp.
Modal particles in ironic utterances: A common-ground approach to pretended surprise in verbal irony
Holden Härtl and Jana-Maria Thimm | 20 pp.

30 May 2023

Audible gestures: Single claps as a resource for managing interaction
Eric Hauser | 26 pp.

25 May 2023

Interactional and categorial analyses of identity construction in the talk of female-to-male (FtM) transgender individuals in Japan
Chie Fukuda | 28 pp.
Polar answers: Accepting proposals in Greek telephone calls
Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou and Angeliki Alvanoudi | 26 pp.

23 May 2023

Perceiving the organisation through a coding scheme: The construction of managerial expertise in organisational training
Riikka Nissi and Esa Lehtinen | 25 pp.

16 May 2023

Dealing with missing participants in the opening phases of a videoconference
Sabine Hoffmann and Giolo Fele | 29 pp.