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Speech Acts

Speech Acts

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Speech Acts refers to how some words and phrases are most pivotal to conversations, changing and aligning shared understanding around situations, relationships, and probable outcomes—for example, “you’re fired,” “I’m sorry,” and “I’d like your help on this project.” Speech Acts links to Compelling Requests.

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