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presupposition fails, we now provide a quick advent into Unification Grammar. considering the fact that all implementations mentioned during this quantity use PROLOG (with the exception of BlockjHaugeneder), we felt that it'll even be beneficial to give an explanation for the variation among unification in PROLOG and in UG. After the creation to UG we in short summarize the most arguments for utilizing linguistic theories in normal language processing. We finish with a quick precis of the contributions to this quantity. UNIFICATION GRAMMAR three characteristic constructions or complicated different types. Unification Grammar was once constructed by means of Martin Kay (Kay 1979). Martin Kay desired to supply an exact defmition (and implementation) of the proposal of 'feature'. Linguists use positive factors at approximately all degrees of linguistic description. In phonetics, for example, the phoneme b is mostly defined with the good points 'bilabial', 'voiced' and 'nasal'. in relation to b the 1st gains get the worth +, the 3rd (nasal) will get the worth -. function­ price pairs in phonology are mostly represented as a matrix. bilabial: + voiced: + I nasal: - [Feature matrix for b.] In syntax positive aspects are used, for instance, to differentiate diversified noun periods. The Latin noun 'murus' will be characterised through the next feature-value pairs: gender: masculin, quantity: singular, case: nominative, pred: murus. along with a matrix illustration one usually fmds a graph illustration for function worth pairs. the perimeters of the graph are labelled by means of good points. The leaves denote the price of a feature.

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413 414 415 416 417 ! 418 419 ! 3) Hawaii opera hier ist gut. 3) the opera here in Hawaii is good. 0) gehst du auch gerne in die oper? go you also gladly to the opera do you like to go to the opera too? 5) nein. no nei[n? warum? n [o? why? 5) okay aber du magst klassische musik? 5) okay but you like classical music? 6) ja:. yeah:. j[a? ye[ah? ¨ chte classical music [ich mo [I like/I would like to classical music. In the sequence preceding Extract 7, the participants were talking about Adam’s musical interests.

Further cases will have to be assembled in order to understand in a more principled fashion in what interactional environments participants in novice L2 interaction pass up repair of sequentially inappropriate responses and what consequences such practices may have for the interaction at hand and its opportunities for L2 learning. Conversation-analytic research on collections of different types of actions following misaligned response turns can contribute to the long-standing controversy over the pay-offs and drawbacks of ‘trouble-shooting’ (Aston 1986) in interactions with L2 speakers.

371 372 ! 373 C: ! 374 375 D: C: D: und warum heisst der film radio? and why called the film radio and why is the film called radio? ) radio. ja ¼ . radio. yeah ¼ . ¼ > 8ja8 < . was hat das mit radio zu tun? ¼ yeah what has that with radio to do ¼ > 8yeah8 < . what does it have to do with radio? ¼ ¼ "oh#:: uh[m [ist da eine radio show? 8radio8 [is there a radio show? ‘radio’ 30 Interactional Foundations 376 C: 377 D: 378 C: 379 380 381 D: 382 C: nein. 9) liebs? 3) liebt? loves? 4) uh radio Prior to the excerpt, Cindy was talking about the film Radio that she had recently seen.

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