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Open Access Cognitive motivation and pragmatic functions of the Greek deictics

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Cognitive motivation and pragmatic functions of the Greek deictics

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This paper is a study of the way in which native speakers of Modern Greek use deictic categories. Specifically, it provides a theoretical account of the cognitive procedures that motivate the choice of one deictic over its counter-part in a deictic contrast and the pragmatic effects that this particular choice seems to have in terms of the speech situation.

Affiliations: 1: University of Athens

10.1075/jgl.6.05bel
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2005-01-01
2016-12-03

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