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When a question is added to a statement
When the terms 'maybe', 'might', 'I think' are added to a statement
A catchphrase or metaphor
When the speaker begins an utterance, then stops and either repeats or reformulates it
Examples include 'er', 'ah' and 'um'
(.) or (1)
Not using the correct grammar when speak. E.g. ‘What was you doing?’ Instead of ‘What were you doing?’
A way of speaking unique to an individual, made up of all of their experiences over time
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Non-verbal utterances such as (laughs) (giggles)
The words a person uses that reflect the groups they belong to (job, hobbies etc.)
The function of spoken language that provides information
The function of spoken language that shows a social relationship
The function of spoken language that allows for something to get done
The function of spoken language that includes 'small talk'
The function of spoken language that allows someone to express themselves

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