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Results And Conclusions

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Chapter Summary

This conclusory chapter presents different analytical observations and their results for a study of the text's structure. It discusses some summarizing remarks as to how deviating constituent orders relate to the distribution of certain pragmatic functions. The chapter brings together cases, which suggests some directions for future research, be it for confirmation or for refutation. With the exception of one instance, all the cases of deviant order mark one or more constituents for a specific pragmatic function.

Keywords: constituents; pragmatic functions



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