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    Title: 「對啊」在漢語口語中的言談功能
    Other Titles: The Discourse Functions of dui a in Spoken Mandarin
    Authors: 郭賽華;Sai-hua Kuo
    Date: 1998/12
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1998,new,28,n.4,p505.
    Keywords: 口語
    Abstract: This paper examines the distributions and fnnetions of dni a 卯fi, which is an agreement token generally occurring in turn-initial position in Chinese spoken discourse. I have found that in extended discourse (e.g.. narration or explanation argumentation), while the turn-final dni n :pf&quot;H can bring the talk to a closure and strengthen what the speaker has just said, the turn-internal dni <i f'tlf11! has the simultaneous function of acknowledging the audience's minimal responses and confirming the speaker's own prior talk. Finally, I suggest that this more extensive use of dni (i )'-iii|)'&quot;i. which distinguishes adolescents' or young adults' speech style in current Taiwanese society, might be attributed to the' popularity of a TV show. Therefore, this instance also illuminates the important role mass media has played in language use and language change.
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