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comment Usage of “we” as plural second-person
Yeah, I suppose it's the "patronizing we" as mentioned in that article, though I doubt that every time it's used, it's meant in a patronizing tone (though I admit it comes across that way).
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comment What are exchanges like “How are you,” “I'm fine,” and “See you later” called?
Nice. Never heard of that before. Sounds spot-on.
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answered What are exchanges like “How are you,” “I'm fine,” and “See you later” called?
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comment What are exchanges like “How are you,” “I'm fine,” and “See you later” called?
I thought pleasantries were things like discussing the weather or latest celebrity gossip. Is there a term for the punctuation-like phrases lubricating conversation?
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