Kelsey Kraus

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The basic phenomena, previous work and the novel aspects of our account. In each of the examples in (1) the speaker makes a mistake, signals her mistake (uh, sorry), and, finally, corrects it. We refer to these as error correction structures (ECSs). The underlined material is the anchor (a.k.a. reparandum; Shriberg 1994), the italicized material is the(More)
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