Epistemic modality markers in L1 and L2 discourse of Modern Greek: a corpus-based study
The paper aims to explore the area of Epistemic Modality in Modern Greek, by means of a corpus-based research. A comparative, quantitative study was performed between written corpora of non-native informants of various language backgrounds and Greek native speakers (the control group). A number of epistemic markers were investigated on the grounds of their high frequency, to detect the ways these are used in the expression of L2 speaker stance, as compared to the respective NS one.
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