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Lecture3Them - CMN 105: Lecture #3 Principles of Language,...

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CMN 105: Lecture #3 Principles of Language, continued Principle: ________________________________________ (S.I. Hayakawa) 1. __________________________________ . (like Representatives and Expressives) a. Beware of judgments framed as “information.” They are “______________________________ ” until they are ____________________________________ to be measurable. 2. Language to _____________________________________ . (like Directives and Commissives) 3. Language for __________________________________ . _________________________________________________ . a. b. c. d. 4. Language for ___________________________________ . Principle: Utterances can be direct or indirect . __________________—When the syntactic form of the utterance ____________________________ the illocutionary force of the utterance.
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_______________________________ —When the syntactic form of the utterance ___________________________ the illocutionary force of the utterance. Indirectness
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course CMN 105 taught by Professor Hamilton during the Winter '09 term at UC Davis.

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Lecture3Them - CMN 105: Lecture #3 Principles of Language,...

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