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  1. Concepts and Context in Relevance-Theoretic Pragmatics
  2. Humour in sevice encounters in small bars and cafeterias in Seville, Spain
  3. Concepts and context in relevance-theoretic pragmatics
  4. Mental concepts can include emotional and attitudinal information
  5. Paralanguage and ad hoc concepts
  6. Dialogical humour in evening service encounters in the hospitality industry in Seville, Spain
  7. Joke identification, comprehension and appreciation by Spanish intermediate ESL learners
  8. Linguistic and stylistic markers of ad hoc concept construction
  9. New developments in relevance theory
  10. On the interpretation of utterances with expressive expletives
  11. New Developments in Relevance Theory
  12. The role of humorous elements in Cádizchirigotasin creating/reinforcing a local identity
  13. Towards a relevance-theoretic approach to the diminutive morpheme
  14. Language and emotion: Discourse-pragmatic perspectives
  15. Chapter 3. Evidential participles and epistemic vigilance
  16. Interlanguage pragmatics and instructional pragmatics: Two vibrant and illuminating research fields
  17. Dealing with joke comprehension in the ESL class
  18. Pragmática da interlíngua e pragmática instrucional: dois campos de pesquisa vibrantes e elucidativos
  19. Verbal humor and age in cafés and bars in Seville, Spain
  20. Qualifying insults, offensive epithets, slurs and expressive expletives
  21. Pragmatic Competence Injustice
  22. Expressive APs and expletive NPs revisited: Refining the extant relevance-theoretic procedural account
  23. Interlanguage pragmatics in a service encounter: diagnosing how Spanish learners of English for the Tourism Industry inform tourists at a visitor centre
  24. Interlocutors-Related and Hearer-Specific Causes of Misunderstanding: Processing Strategy, Confirmation Bias and Weak Vigilance
  25. Relevance Theory
  26. Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis
  27. Fostering EF/SL learners’ meta-pragmatic awareness of complaints and their interactive effects
  28. On the role of vigilance in the interpretation of puns
  29. Pragmatic failure, epistemic injustice and epistemic vigilance
  30. Metapsychological awareness of comprehension and epistemic vigilance of L2 communication in interlanguage pragmatic development
  31. Understanding and overcoming pragmatic failure in intercultural communication: From focus on speakers to focus on hearers
  32. An integrative proposal to teach the pragmatics of phatic communion in ESL classes
  33. Epistemic Vigilance, Cautious Optimism and Sophisticated Understanding
  34. Towards an Alternative Relevance-Theoretic Approach to Interjections
  35. Might Interjections Encode Concepts? More Questions than Answers
  36. Book Reviews