Example Dialogue About Agreement And Disagreement

Table 11 confirms what we have seen in the simplest two-event diagrams: head-shaking is both before and after the expression of disagreements. In addition, conthesatatives and backchannel are among the most common events involved in more complex patterns, including integration. That is another way of saying that you are completely in agreement with someone. From this dialogue, we can conclude that Ratna……… A. Disagreement B. Anger C. Danger D. ILL This phrase is generally used as a strong, formal and highly polite expression for disagreements.

The underlined expression expresses …. A. Sympathy B. Possibility C. Disagreement D. Uncertainty Table 10 confirms our stereotypes regarding disagreements: It is strongly linked to head jolts in a number of files (records). Its orientation in time towards disagreements is also evident: the beginning of the disagreement ends with the beginning of the shake-head, its end with the end of the shake-head. It is also interesting to note that the forward launch can be associated with both the beginning and the end of disagreements, the direction that suggests certain cognitive processes corresponding to the current state of disagreement. If the pattern has opposite values since the beginning and end of the two components, as in (up_agr,b,default_disagree v_head,e,shake), it may indicate that the head shake started earlier than discrepancies could be observed – indicating that it is also a possible variant of the pragmatic situation.

B: When I think about it, global warming allows us to see that our planet is dying. (Ketika aku memikirkannya, global pemanasan menyadarkan kita bahwa planet kita sedang sekarat) Agreeing is not an individual`s autonomous state of mind: it is a behavioral event that necessarily involves an interaction that requires at least two actors and a subject. It appears as a reflection on the veracity of a statement, from a point of view or an opinion and can develop under at least two conditions: (a) during the interaction, the actors recognize that they share the same point of view independently of each other, or (b) one or more of the actors are convinced of the argument of the other actors. The unification process takes different forms, depending on these two different conditions: if actors A and B share the same point of view independently, actor B`s agreement usually follows a statement or elaboration by Actor A as backchannel of some type (as yes, indeed!). If Actor B is convinced by Actor A of the veracity of a given point of view, actor B`s act of consent may follow a question or request from Actor A (as.B. How do you feel about that? or do you vote?), but other scenarios (such as those involving non-verbal events or pauses, virtually anything that leads to a change of turn) are also possible.

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