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2015 | 130 | 1 |
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L1 vs L2 spoken modality use: Theoretical considerations – part 1

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This article discusses the place of modality as a pragmalinguistic phenomenon in communication and the implications of such an investigation for contrastive discourse analysis. It proposes an alternative three-dimensional model of modality, the construction of which is possible through the addition of the affective load of an utterance as a separate variable related to speech modalisation and the assumption that dynamic modality is, in fact, correlated with deontic modality, at least on a prepositional level. The article also discusses the problems when contrastively analysing modality realisation. It highlights that the large number of cross-cultural nuances found in modal devices reflects the enormity of analytic difficulties with which a researcher is likely to be faced.
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130
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1
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2015-01-22
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2083-4624-year-2015-volume-130-issue-1-article-128
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