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Other classes, major and minor. Several taxonomies have been proposed in addition to that of Searle. Fraser ( 1 975) adds a few categories. , analyse, conclude, hypothesize. , recommend, suggest, urge. , call, classify, designate. g. , giving, selling, contracting). While the great majority of speech acts can probably be analysed as examples of Searle's major classes, or Fraser's somewhat longer list, there are doubtless some speech acts which are outside these particular taxonomies. org by guest on January 1, 2011 Expressives.

Respondents were asked their opinions about a sample of language academy-produced words in the fields of chemistry, civics, and language and literature (micro­ attitudinal) and about various languages and language planning (macro­ attitudinal), and they were asked about their participation in language planning organizations (particularly corpus planning agencies) or in the ac­ tivities sponsored by these organizations (macro-implementational). In ad­ dition, textbook writers were asked about the source and degree of control to which they were subjected with respect to their use of technical terminology (micro-implementational) .

T HEORETICAL QUESTIONS The following are some o f the major theoretical issues discussed i n the speech act literature. For linguistic analysis, the units of concern are sentences . Contrasts between well-formed and ill-formed (ungrammatical) sentences are primary data. While the grammatical paradigm has been followed by many linguists who have dealt with issues in speech act theory (see most of the papers in Cole and Morgan, 1 975) and while basic semantic differences are indeed likely to have .

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