Kelsey Kraus

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1 Introduction The German language has an impressive inventory of modal particles (MPs). Loosely defined, they: are unstressed and uninflected elements of the language 1 mark the speaker's mood or attitude toward an utterance are optional sentential elements when present, do not change the truth value of the sentence These particles shape the structure of(More)
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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