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The article deals with the discourse functions of two Lithuanian turn-opening particles, kad and na. The turn-opening particles are not exclusively conjunctions or connectives. They do not combine clauses in any traditional way, and neither coordination nor subordination is effected by them. Nevertheless, they play a specific role in marking the utterance they open as reactive and expressing the attitude of the speaker towards the content of the previous turn, thus serving as a cohesive devicedoi:10.32798/bl.422 fatcat:glkawmqg6rbqnhqa2rebh5crmu