The first major descriptive study of linguistics vagueness - arguably the strategies of which constitute a key aspect of communicative competence of native speakers of English. This study shows how English provides its speakers with a great variety of ways of being vague and draws on naturally-occurring data to examine syntactic, intonational, semantic, and pragmatic considerations of vague language.
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