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Making requests by Chinese EFL learners, Vincent X. Wang

Label
Making requests by Chinese EFL learners
Title
Making requests by Chinese EFL learners
Statement of responsibility
Vincent X. Wang
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Wang, Vincent X
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Pragmatics & beyond
Series volume
new series, v. 207
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  • English language
  • English language
  • Language and culture
  • Literacy
  • Second language acquisition
Label
Making requests by Chinese EFL learners, Vincent X. Wang
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
ch. 1 Introduction -- ILP and requesting -- The context-based and formulae-based approach -- Questions for this study -- Organisation of the book -- ch. 2 Interlanguage pragmatics: A critical review -- 2.1. Essential notions in relation to pragmatics -- 2.1.1. What pragmatics studies -- 2.1.2. Communicative competence -- 2.1.3. Speech acts and requesting -- 2.1.4. Indirect request realisations, politeness and cultural relativity -- 2.2. Cross-cultural speech-act realisation -- 2.2.1. Cross-linguistic variation -- 2.2.2. Interlanguage variation -- 2.3. Two problems with previous ILP studies -- 2.3.1. Context-based approach to ILP -- 2.3.2. Formulae-based approach to ILP -- 2.4. Summary -- ch. 3 Method -- 3.1. Respondents -- 3.2. Issues around the native-speaker model -- 3.3. Design of scenarios -- 3.4. Data analysis methods -- 3.4.1. Utterance length -- 3.4.2. Strategy types -- 3.4.3. Formulaic expressions -- 3.4.4. Internal modifications -- 3.4.5. External modifications -- 3.5. Valid request utterances -- ch. 4 Strategy use -- 4.1. Strategy types and strategy categories: An overview -- 4.2. Individual strategy types and categories -- 4.2.1. Direct strategies -- 4.2.2. Conventionally-Indirect strategies -- 4.2.3. Non-conventionally indirect strategies -- 4.3. Strategy use in scenarios -- 4.4. Summary -- ch. 5 Formulaic expressions -- 5.1. The formulae repertoires of learners and native speakers -- 5.1.1. The most commonly used formulae: Learners vs. native speakers -- 5.1.2. Differences in preferred formulae between learners and native speakers -- 5.2. Individual formula types -- 5.2.1. Formulae commonly used by native speakers -- 5.2.2. Formulae commonly used by learners -- 5.3. Scenario-based use of formulae -- 5.3.1. The distribution of formulae across all scenarios -- 5.3.2. The use formulae in the four groups of scenarios -- 5.4. Formulae-based vs. strategy-based examination -- ch. 6 Internal modifications -- 6.1. Syntactic modifiers -- 6.1.1. Conditionals -- 6.1.2. Bi-clausal structures -- 6.2. Lexical modifiers -- 6.2.1. Lexical downgraders -- 6.2.2. Address terms -- 6.3. Summary -- ch. 7 External modifications and utterance length -- 7.1. External modifications -- 7.1.1. Supportive moves -- 7.1.2. Information sequencing -- 7.2. Utterance length -- ch. 8 How Chinese EFL learners make requests: Overall pattern & implications -- 8.1. Patterns of request behaviour: Learners and native speakers -- 8.2. Basic questions about interlanguage pragmatics -- 8.3. Two major approaches -- 8.3.1. The context-based approach -- 8.3.2. The formulae-based approach -- 8.4. The native-speaker model revisited -- ch. 9 Conclusion
Control code
ocn706965811
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 199 p.
Isbn
9789027256119
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011009753
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)706965811
Label
Making requests by Chinese EFL learners, Vincent X. Wang
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
ch. 1 Introduction -- ILP and requesting -- The context-based and formulae-based approach -- Questions for this study -- Organisation of the book -- ch. 2 Interlanguage pragmatics: A critical review -- 2.1. Essential notions in relation to pragmatics -- 2.1.1. What pragmatics studies -- 2.1.2. Communicative competence -- 2.1.3. Speech acts and requesting -- 2.1.4. Indirect request realisations, politeness and cultural relativity -- 2.2. Cross-cultural speech-act realisation -- 2.2.1. Cross-linguistic variation -- 2.2.2. Interlanguage variation -- 2.3. Two problems with previous ILP studies -- 2.3.1. Context-based approach to ILP -- 2.3.2. Formulae-based approach to ILP -- 2.4. Summary -- ch. 3 Method -- 3.1. Respondents -- 3.2. Issues around the native-speaker model -- 3.3. Design of scenarios -- 3.4. Data analysis methods -- 3.4.1. Utterance length -- 3.4.2. Strategy types -- 3.4.3. Formulaic expressions -- 3.4.4. Internal modifications -- 3.4.5. External modifications -- 3.5. Valid request utterances -- ch. 4 Strategy use -- 4.1. Strategy types and strategy categories: An overview -- 4.2. Individual strategy types and categories -- 4.2.1. Direct strategies -- 4.2.2. Conventionally-Indirect strategies -- 4.2.3. Non-conventionally indirect strategies -- 4.3. Strategy use in scenarios -- 4.4. Summary -- ch. 5 Formulaic expressions -- 5.1. The formulae repertoires of learners and native speakers -- 5.1.1. The most commonly used formulae: Learners vs. native speakers -- 5.1.2. Differences in preferred formulae between learners and native speakers -- 5.2. Individual formula types -- 5.2.1. Formulae commonly used by native speakers -- 5.2.2. Formulae commonly used by learners -- 5.3. Scenario-based use of formulae -- 5.3.1. The distribution of formulae across all scenarios -- 5.3.2. The use formulae in the four groups of scenarios -- 5.4. Formulae-based vs. strategy-based examination -- ch. 6 Internal modifications -- 6.1. Syntactic modifiers -- 6.1.1. Conditionals -- 6.1.2. Bi-clausal structures -- 6.2. Lexical modifiers -- 6.2.1. Lexical downgraders -- 6.2.2. Address terms -- 6.3. Summary -- ch. 7 External modifications and utterance length -- 7.1. External modifications -- 7.1.1. Supportive moves -- 7.1.2. Information sequencing -- 7.2. Utterance length -- ch. 8 How Chinese EFL learners make requests: Overall pattern & implications -- 8.1. Patterns of request behaviour: Learners and native speakers -- 8.2. Basic questions about interlanguage pragmatics -- 8.3. Two major approaches -- 8.3.1. The context-based approach -- 8.3.2. The formulae-based approach -- 8.4. The native-speaker model revisited -- ch. 9 Conclusion
Control code
ocn706965811
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 199 p.
Isbn
9789027256119
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011009753
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)706965811

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