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    What language levels would fillers, pronouns, anecdotes and repetition come under?
    And what are some examples of things that would come under each language level?
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    Fillers, repetition, anecdotes are all discourse, pronouns are lexis and semantics.
    Discourse = things you'd find in spoken language
    Lexis and semantics = connotations, metaphors, euphemism
    Pragmatics = Grice's maxims, pretty much everything relates to pragmatics
    Grammar = sentence structures, noun phrases, head words, syntax
    Phonetics = plosive sounds, alliteration, sibilance
    Graphology = colours and fonts
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    Thank you so much!!

    (Original post by blue2337)
    Fillers, repetition, anecdotes are all discourse, pronouns are lexis and semantics.
    Discourse = things you'd find in spoken language
    Lexis and semantics = connotations, metaphors, euphemism
    Pragmatics = Grice's maxims, pretty much everything relates to pragmatics
    Grammar = sentence structures, noun phrases, head words, syntax
    Phonetics = plosive sounds, alliteration, sibilance
    Graphology = colours and fonts
 
 
 
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