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A '''locutionary act''' is a simple [[speech act]]. The term locutionary act refers to the surface meaning of an utterance.
 
A '''locutionary act''' is a simple [[speech act]]. The term locutionary act refers to the surface meaning of an utterance.
   
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* [[perlocutionary act]]
 
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[[Category:Discourse analysis]]
 
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A locutionary act is a simple speech act. The term locutionary act refers to the surface meaning of an utterance.

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