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April 15 j p. Nihontaishikan ni hogo. Safe at the Japanese embassy. Healthy shape]. April 16 k p. No concrete news till now. April 16 l p. April 17 m p.


April 18 o p. NGO threat to influence humanitarian aid].

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April 20 p p. April 20 q p. April 21 r p. Blommaert Jan. A critical introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Fairclough Norman. Media Discourse.

London: Arnold a. Critical Discourse Analysis. The Critical Study of Language. London: Longman b. London: Sage Zusetsu nihon no masumedia. Dai ni han. Hook Glenn D. Karrenbauer Petra. Leheny David. Loosli Urs. Die Sprache der japanischen Presse und ihre normativen Aspekte. Munich: iudicum The target Japan is really shocking international public opinion]. April 10 b p. Minshu tettairon tanaage.

Co-operation of ruling and opposition parties. Minshu freezing withdrawal discourse. April 10 c p. Collapse of physical strength one after another collapsing]. April 13 d p. Hostage crisis few words]. April 15 e p. Gathering tendency concerning travelling abroad is urgent]. April 16 f p. I don't have much interest in professional baseball. But Ichiro is my content. Katakana is the U syllabary used primarily to write in Japanese, words or phrases borrowed from foreign A difference in paragraphing is typically languages. It is also used for emphasis, interpreted to cue a difference in topic especially in advertising.

In the last line of 4 , the author Makino, Both of these types of emphasizes her preference by writing information can be exploited in translation. Openings and closings. Closings are typically But individual matches formalized and devoid of meaning. Non-standard spelling.

In this prominence on a word or to mimic an corpus, expressions such as sate 3 , tadashi, emphatic pronunciation of the word. In 5 , toiuwakede, and tokoro de 2 , when occurring the author is emphasizing the lack of choice, sentence- initially, are reliable indicators of excusing herself from blame for the new paragraphs.

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Table 2. Discourse markers in the corpus. The use of English is yet another way to highlight a word. English is used yappari3 1 to highlight topics and to set off closings as well, as in 2. Table 2 gives a partial list of discourse markers for the corpus 4. Markers in boldface Discourse characteristics were always found at the beginning of Different kinds of texts including spoken paragraphs. Because email messages Both of these initiate closings. On the other These data are for sentence-initial occurrences hand, as we have already seen, authors also only.

It is impossible to say much about the attempt to capture the flavor of speech, and singleton examples, but they are ilsted because employ typically spoken discourse markers to they have been found to be useful discourse markers in other studies Maynard, ; Maynard, do so. Words such as We do not claim to have made a conjunctions and adverbial expressions often comprehensive list of the discourse markers in the mark changes in discourse segment or denote corpus.

Table 3. Some of haitte inakattande the verbs in 3 have been marked for written since formality. Well, I-san, since you only put your company name on your mail, for a moment I thought you Tense. Shifts from the —masu here because they serve a discourse function formal form of the verb to the —ru informal as well.

Iida, ; Walker, ; Maynard, As such, they are not 80 found in formal written texts. However, 60 certain particles are present in this corpus; 40 Table 4 lists the most frequent sentence- final particles. Frequent sentence-final particles. Number of characters used ka 22 de 3 in closings for each author. In a similar way, certain closings for each author.