Simultaneous speech

Simultaneous speech occurs only once in the discussion, between G2 and G3, the two speakers who consistently display the most co-operative features in their interaction with each other.

40. G2: there's Kate and (1) which one is (.) and (5.5) I can't

41. G2: find it just now (1.5) um glory days I think it is (.) Kate

G3: mm

42. G2: is mentioned (.) oh no it's not that one cos= =it's

G3: yeah there's a Kate =it's Kate=

43. G2: Kate in my home town (.) that's (.) here in (1.5) there's a

G3: in my home town

Again the close linguistic relationship between G2 and G3 does not include other group members.

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