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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:28 by NZTecAdmin

The personal characteristics in a spoken or written text (including tone, register, style and text features) through which the listener or reader can identify either a particular speaker or writer, or the kind of person that the writing suggests the writer is, for example, using like as a filler “… and she was, like, really mad” could be seen to suggest the voice of an adolescent or teenage girl (although voice may also be assumed as a device of a writer).



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