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Tact maxims in asking questions in English teaching learning process
Linguistics and Culture Review
Objectives: This paper aims to describe the forms of tact maxims of asking questions in the English teaching-learning process. Methods: This paper applied qualitative research, where the data collection was observation. Result: There are twenty-four forms of tact maxims of asking questions in the English teaching-learning process. Conclusion: the tact maxim with politeness rules is in the polite category. Speakers ask questions using question words without threatening the face of the hearer.doi:10.21744/lingcure.v5ns3.1949 fatcat:6jhz6elekveurf7pschnuxjw2a