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As such, “their reference is metacommunicative” (Petola 1983: 103). 1999: 137), information of secondary importance (Hoffmann 1998: 304), which is syntactically ‘backgrounded’ (Huddleston and Pullum 2002: 896). 2. Cf. also the articles by Dehé and Döring in this volume. Spoken parenthetical clauses in English: A taxonomy Given the relative unreliability of prosodic features and the ‘negative’ character of syntactic criteria, which specify the relation between parenthetical and host in terms of what it is not, and the wide variety of syntactic forms involved, it is not really surprising that most definitions incorporate a functional characterisation of some form.
Unlike Huddleston and Pullum (2002), the term anchor is used here for the element in the host clause to which the PC is semantically related. It is either a constituent of the host clause (as in examples 14 and 16) or the entire host clause (as in example 17). 6. Cf. also the article by Kavalova in this volume. Gunther Kaltenböck assume a link between relative pronoun and its antecedent only on a semanticpragmatic level. Burton-Roberts (1999: 38–40), for instance, argues that the pronoun-antecedent relationship between the non-restrictive relative clause and its host is one that is only contextually interpretable and therefore does not invoke (syntactic) coindexing but (semantic-pragmatic) coreference, as exemplified by B’s answer in (19).
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