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Abstract

摘要

本文对汉语自然口语会话中的转换型回应进行探讨,将转换型回应划分为措辞转换型回应和规程转换型回应两类。就汉语自然口语而言,措辞转换型回应在互动中的主要功能在于答者希望提供更为准确和足量的信息,形式上大部分是单小句或短语形式。规程转换型回应则基本上是多小句的形式,而且一般都会带来序列上的扩展。

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