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3). In order to pinpoint the function of markers, she (1987: 24-29) proposes a discourse model containing five planes of analysis:18 1) Exchange structure, which accounts for the mechanics of turn-taking (cf. Sacks et al. 1974); 2) Action structure, which accounts for the sequencing of speech acts; 3) Ideational structure, which accounts for the relationship between propositions; 4) Participation framework, which accounts for the way interlocutors relate to each other and to their utterances; and 5) Information state, which concerns the organization and management of various kinds of knowledge.
In the same vein, Wilkins (1992: 140) shows that interjectional items which are directly addressed to others, such as Italian To! (= 'here you are'), may encode social-deictic information. There does not, then, seem to be decisive arguments for considering interjections as irrelevant to linguistics, and the relative neglect of of these items in the literature may be attributed in part to the written-language bias of much of modern linguistics, and in part (as pointed out by Ehlich 1986: 20) to the fact that the emotive character of many interjections is hard to reconcile with the general orientation of linguists towards representational uses of language.
Je voudrais vous demander quelque chose [T'd like to ask you something']) which anticipate the move they introduce. The latter are also known as 'pre-pre-sequences' (Schegloff 1980). Secondly, we find 'markers of interactive function', which mark the relation between one or more subordinate constituents and the main act of a given move. g. g. g. au fond ['basically/in fact'], en fait ['in fact']). It is the study of such markers that has claimed the most attention within GS, and it is, of course, particularly in this area that GS is able to integrate insights from AT.