By Stuart Reid
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Yet ‘naturally occurring’ data are, in my opinion, essential to get a clear idea of the workings of language. ) can, of course, highlight a number of pertinent facts1 but the results obtained should not be taken as a faithful representation of reality – especially in France where pressure to conform to standards of correct speech remains strong2 and where a gap exists between what people think they say and what they actually say (for example, we have noticed that statements produced ‘artificially’ contain more terms of address than real exchanges).
G. availability checks, moves seeking pre-commitment or various disarming moves. ’ versus ‘Would you like me to…’. Further, there is more ad hoc formulation in German and more reliance on conversational routines in English. (3) Gambits In using gambits (discourse markers or elements that can occur in turninitial, turn-internal or turn-final position), Germans tend to prefer both content-oriented and self-referenced gambits, such as ‘starters’ to preface their message or ‘underscorers’ to emphasise the content of a message.
They occur also within the encounter, after receiving the product and possibly the change (C) and after being paid (B). It is worth emphasising that in this context not only are the ‘thank yous’ numerous but also reciprocated: in France, shopkeeper/customer relationships are seen as ones of mutual indebtedness15 which is far from universal. Asking for the product During the transaction, politeness manifests itself in different places and forms. In our survey we will examine, first, the act that sets off the transactional sequence: the request for the product.