Beyond ouch and oops. How descriptive and expressive meaning interact

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Angelika Kratzer
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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They are expressives, too. There is a phonology. There is a syntax. There is a compositional semantics. There are interesting interactions to investigate. German, Greek, and Papago are known examples of discourse particle languages. Intonation has been said to have similar uses in other languages.
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