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D: I can. In this case , D, the elliptical repetition of the speaker form so appropriate in the ritual case , seems less natural than does the imperative or question response . Speaking appropriately, then, is not just a matter of speaking grammatically or matching forms in initiation with forms in response. Appropriate language behavior also involves knowledge of the conversational rules, conventions, and social circumstances governing linguistic interactions. Whereas this point is recognized among language researchers, there is little understanding of the relations between such knowledge and knowledge of more formal discourse relations.
In one case (the literal), the characteristics of sentence form are a sufficient index of intention, and the speech act is considered a direct one. In the other, additional knowledge of language use is brought to bear on the interpretation of intent, and the speech act involved is considered indirect. Context determines whether the listener is to go beyond the literal marking of intent to utilize the speech act knowledge that governs indirect meanings. Only when context suggests that a literal interpretation is inappropriate, is a second stage of interpretation for indirect acts invoked.