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These are features that Walker (2010) identifies as characterizing a rush‐through, where the speaker holds onto the turn by hastening into the next IP. 12): the first IP has a rising tone on “right”, which constitutes the Tonic; however, there is no [t] at the end of “right”, and no slowing down. The syllabic nasal representing “and” at the beginning of the next IP belongs to the Foot that starts with “right”, so the Foot ’right n crosses the IP boundary, joining the two IPs rhythmically. 7), there is no pause between IPs, though this time there is a Foot boundary.
French and Local (1983) and subsequently Wells and Macfarlane (1998) and Schegloff (2000) have identified several characteristics of turn‐competitive incomings that appear to hold for a number of varieties of English: 1 Turn‐competitive incomings happen before a TRP. e. normally during the Head of the IP. In lines 67 and 71, Len starts talking before the therapist has produced a Tonic in that IP. 2 The incoming speaker uses high pitch and extra volume up to the point of the turn‐ occupant’s termination.
Although she continues to the end of her turn, Len also continues to talk, ending up as sole occupant of the floor in line 67. His turn trails off (“I nearly”) without grammatical completion in line 68, at which point the therapist resumes. Before the therapist has reached a TRP in line 70, Len starts in overlap once again (line 71). On both occasions when Len starts talking in overlap, his pitch is noticeably higher and louder than elsewhere, dropping back to a more usual level once the therapist has stopped.