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Identify the grammatical form of the utterance: declarative, interrogative, imperative. Describe the locutionary act and illocutionary act involved.
■ Identify the grammatical form of the utterance: declarative, interrogative,
■ Describe the locutionary act and illocutionary act involved.
■ Identify the utterance as a direct or indirect speech act.
If you think there is more than one possible answer in the case of different contexts,
explain. Then use three of these utterances as examples of how meaning is
a. "Do you know when the final exam is?"
b. "Could I have a beer and a chicken sandwich?"
c. "Is Carol home?" (on the phone)
d. "I was wondering what the homework was for tomorrow."
e. "Please don't leave."
f. "Where is El Paso?"
g. "I need help putting on these cufflinks."
h. "Do you have ten dollars that I could borrow?"
i. "Do you think I'm fat?"
j. "I was hoping you could call me tonight."
k. "I need two pounds of salami." (standing in front of the deli counter at the
l. "Thanks a lot.