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, iii Il aurait été possible par ailleurs d'analyser cette séquence en suivant l'étiquetage des récits (selon la typologie de Labov (1997), comme a pu le faire Ferré (2008) sur un récit humoristique dans le cadre d'un précédent CMLF), mais nous avons choisi de se concentrer sur l'emploi

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