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The first line is itself a possible TCU, and the speaker concluded it with a falling, typically sentence-final intonation. The extension of the turn is ratified by the first speaker (Venediktov) which he repeated, first in just the genitive and then as a full phrase (vlasti, idiotizm vlasti ‘of power, the idiocy of power’) in line 3. Technically, this could be analyzed in one of two ways: (1) vlasti is adnominal to the noun in the preceding line, idiotizm; or (2) vlasti is adnominal to an elided noun (idiotizm) which is not overt in line 2.
Walker, Gareth. 2004. ” In Sound Patterns in Interaction, Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Cecelia E. ), 147–169. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Appendix Transcription conventions (from Ochs et al. 1996) Note: following standard practice in Conversation Analysis, punctuation marks are used to indicate intonation, not grammar. Falling, or final, intonation, not necessarily at the end of a sentence. , Continuing intonation, not necessarily at a clause boundary. ¿ A rise that is stronger than that of the continuing intonation indicated by a comma, but not the same rise as question intonation.
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