Elementary Set Theory by K.T. Leung

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Without assuming H’s ability to comply with a request, it would be superfluous for S to perform the request. Thus, H assumes that by asking about his ability to comply with the request (which H knows S already takes for granted), S intends to request him to wash the cups. (1) Can you wash those few cups up uhm Rich Stuart (Con_BrE_042)4 Consequently, the primary illocutionary force of the example in (1) is that of a request while its secondary illocutionary force is that of a question. Sbisá (2013) criticises Searle’s assumption (on which the notion of an indirect speech act is based) that for each speech act type there is a conventionally associated IFID which expresses the speaker’s communicative intention directly.

Brown & Levinson’s model does not take these instances of language use into consideration. Being aware of this shortcoming, Lachenicht (1980) augments Brown & Levinson’s model of performing FTAs (cf. Figure 2) by including choices to use aggravating language (cf. similar approaches by Culpeper 1996; Kienpointer 1997). Instead of only having the choices to go on record with redress or without redress, speakers in Lachenicht’s (1980) model can also choose to go on record with aggravation. Aggravating language use, like redressive language use, is differentiated into a positive and a negative component, which are directed towards positive and negative face wants.

The hearer-based condition of ability to comply with the request) are frequently performed with the interrogative Can you do the dishes, the near equivalent interrogative Are you able to do the dishes is not conventionally used for performing requests. Walker (2013: 447) . In the course of this book, I will be referring to examples from my data sets and provide an utterance ID. The utterance ID provides information about the data set it is taken from (CON, for conversational requests, or DCT) and which variety it belongs to (“AmE” for American English and “BrE” for British English).

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