A Corpus-Driven Study of Discourse Intonation
- A Corpus-Driven Study of Discourse Intonation
This study represents the fi rst attempt that has ever been made to provide a description of the communicative role of discourse intonation (Brazil 1985, 1997) manifested in a corpus of naturally-occurring discourses.
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