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Anna Ivanova

Nazi during the Word War  II helps somehow ground and justify the country’s engagement in the Iraq war after heated debates. One of the distinguished points of this chapter is the historical background both on Denmark and the Iraq debates in the country, which stands as a favorable back up to the

Dániel Z. Kádár

’s interuptive behaviour. Many commenters, such as “Dany Moran” below, reflect on Hofstetter’s racist claim as morally unacceptable: “You’re German that must mean you’re a nazi! HAHAHA I’m a comic genius!” Christ this guy is pathetic. This metacomment is morally loaded as it reflects

Michiel Leezenberg

. Leezenberg / International Review of Pragmatics 3 (2011) 98–112 in Nazi Germany, “there were lots of people in Germany at the time who, while not endorsing the institutional structure, went along with it as a matter of nationalism, indiff erence, prudence, or even just apathy” ( MSW : 57). But in thus

József Andor

diff erent in how much the interrogative mood and the imperative mood diff er J. Andor / International Review of Pragmatics 3 (2011) 113–134 123 in politeness. And I am not sure, but it seems to me, I hear the imperative mood in Germany more than in other countries. Beeilen Sie sich, bitte! And I do

Azad Mammadov and Misgar Mammadov

during Nazi Germany and President J.F. Kennedy assassination in Dallas, Texas), which took place in the XX century. The word history , the time phrases the moment and the past , as well as the gerund bringing and the prepositions into and from are very effective instruments for understanding