Co-construction (linguistics)

In linguistics, a co-construction is a grammatical or semantic entity which has been uttered by more than one speaker.[1][2] It is a technical term for the notion of one person finishing another person's thought. For example:

Person A: Excuse me, you could direct me to the, um...
Person B: Bathroom?
Person A: Yes, thank you.


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