The ultimate go-ahead-and
Donald M. Lance
LanceDM at MISSOURI.EDU
Wed Aug 23 01:23:57 UTC 2000
I think Peter has given enough examples. It seems to me he's claiming that some people,
perhaps more in some region(s), use the the expression with NO hint of implicit or
explicit will and no triggering context. Peter, do you mean something like someone saying
"OK, I read in the paper this morning that xyz" when there's absolutely no way anyone
could conjure up elements in the situation that would call for assent, dissent, or other
"sentness" etc.? OK, maybe so.
Natalie Maynor wrote:
> Peter McGraw wrote:
> > not equivalent to "go on and" --
> How does it differ from "go on and"? Could you give some more examples?
> --Natalie Maynor (maynor at ra.msstate.edu)
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