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accepted What does the door do?
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accepted What is the difference between a command and an invitation?
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asked What does the door do?
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comment “True” is to “false” as “truth” is to… what?
How come it's "THE truth" but "A lie"?
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accepted Shakespearean discovery of the modern mind
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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comment Shakespearean discovery of the modern mind
@Mitch -- ah, you are definitely right. How do I execute the move?
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asked Shakespearean discovery of the modern mind
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comment What is the difference between a command and an invitation?
So when one is issuing a command he/she assumes a position of superior status/authority, whereas with an invitation there is no connotation of superiority. Is that correct?
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asked What is the difference between a command and an invitation?
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accepted What is the difference between a question and an invitation?
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comment What is the difference between a question and an invitation?
It sounds like a question elicits information, whereas an invitation elicits an action. Is that fair to say?
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comment What is the difference between a question and an invitation?
Does this relate at all to speech acts?
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asked What is the difference between a question and an invitation?
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