I have no objection to using a bullet list, but to save space I'd like to make the list inline. I know it's not strictly correct grammar, but I know with numbered lists like:
A good article is made up of three things:
- An appropriate title
- Interesting body text
they can be written thusly (excuse the fact that the list easily works without numbers; it's just an example):
A good article is made up of three things: 1) an appropriate title, 2) interesting body text and 3) humour.
How could you do the same for a bullet list? The particular instance comes from a textbook. I want to repeat the bullet points, but in "paragraph" form, while it still being clear that it is a list and not a case of listing (i.e. semantic patterning).
Adjacency pairs create a recognisable structural pattern. They:
- follow one another
- are produced by different speakers
- have a logical connection
- conform to a pattern