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Yaya aiki? A ik i da godiya. Ina gida? Lafiya. Ina labari? Labari sai alheri. To madalla. Sai an junta. Yauwa. Sai wana lokaci. ” “No. ” “Well. ” “So, thank god. See you later “OK. ” S attends to H ’s positive face wants by asking after his well-being and that of his family, and generally expressing interest in how things are going for him, closing with a friendly promise to see him again. S attends to H ’s negative face wants by not burdening H with his problems. 1) I’ll come straight to the point .
It is well-known that speakers use different varieties of language with different hearers: this is one way in which S co-operates with H in the language interchange. But being a reasonable man, S co-operates with H in other ways, too. For instance he normally speaks using sufficient volume not to be inaudible, yet not so loudly as to discomfort H; he tries to ensure that his utterance is not irrelevant to its context, that it is clear enough to be understood, that it is concise and straightforward enough not to waste H ’s time unduly, and honest enough not to mislead him.
Then there are the tag questions that purportedly seek H ’s consent, cf. 35) a. Let’s go to a movie, shall we? b. D on’t get lost, will you? c. Sit down, will you? d. Sit down, won’t you? 8 and I ’ll say no more about them here. There is one last strategy to am eliorate straightforward impositions, that is to pretend that H has already accepted the imposition or is in receipt of the impositive inform ation, cf. 36) a. How old did you say you were? [It is not necessary for H to have said anything about his age] b.
Linguistic Meaning by Keith Allan