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This paper studies the multifunctionality of dialogue utterances, i.e. the phenomenon that utterances in dialogue often have more than one communicative function. It is argued that this phenomenon can be explained by analyzing the participation in dialogue as involving the performance of several types of activity in parallel, relating to different dimensions of communication. The multifunctionality of dialogue utterances is studied by (1) redefining the notion of 'utterance' in a rigorousdoi:10.1016/j.csl.2010.04.006 fatcat:kovko4o7snbjfdpeuunwr2xh2i