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By Green William Henry 1825-1900

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Es is/ ja kalt. · b. das ist ja ganz klar. ' Dodd eta/. 3), mainly as a conjunct or disjunct. The following illustrations are from Durrell: (47) gestern hat es doch geschneil. ' (48) du kannst mir doch he/fen(. oder)? f 21 (49) a. Afulli kann ich ein Slilck Schokolade /when? ' b. nein doch, du hast jetzt genug have gegessen. ' The question is whether the responsive forms in all the above cxamplcs 1'1 can be regarded as being basically responsives which have extended their usc to occur as sentence adverbials (disjuncts and conjuncts), or whether they are basically the latter which can also be used to answer yes-no questions.

B. c. is it raining? yes, it is [raining]. no, it isn't {raining]. It is clear that whereas the sentence answers it is [raining] and it isn 'I [raining] can be related to the syntax and lexis of the question clause, the responsivcs yes and no arc newly introduced from the lexicon. In this sense, we can refer to them as nonccho rcsponsivcs. There is very little direct discussion of the syntactic relationship of nonccho rcsponsives and sentence answers in the literature. Responsives are not substitutes, or proforms, for the latter.

B. Are you going to work tomorrow? I'm on jw:v du(v. And Labov (1972). as cited in Coulthard (1985: 8). supplies this delightful illustration: Linus: Do you want to plcw with me, l'io/et? Violet: J"cm 're younger than me. mer my question. (28) In the absence of semantic and grammatical equivalence between the question and the answer. we cannot view these as sentence answers. Yet. in both instances. we can regard the responses as implying a sentence answer: I'm on jw:v cflt(v implies 'I am not going to work tomorrow· and J"ou 're younger than me suggests 'I don't want to play with you'.

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