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James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher artine: "James nalika John wis ngalami pengaruh sing luwih apik marang guru" yaiku ukara ing Inggris sing digunakake kanggo nduduhake ambiguitas leksikal lan kabutuhan tandha wacan,[1] sing dadi sulih kanggo intonasi,[2] stres, lan ngaso sing ditemokake ing wicara.[3] Ing riset pangolahan informasi manungsa, ukara kasebut digunakake kanggo nuduhake kepiye pamaca gumantung marang tandha wacan kanggo menehi makna ukara, utamane ing konteks pemindaian ing baris teks.[4] Ukara kasebut kadang ditampilake minangka bedhekan, ing endi wong sing mbedhek kudu nambah tandha wacan.

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  1. Magonet, Jonathan (2004). A rabbi reads the Bible (2nd ed.). SCM-Canterbury Press. p. 19. ISBN 978-0-334-02952-6. Dibukak ing 2009-04-30. You may remember an old classroom test in English language. What punctuation marks do you have to add to this sentence so as to make sense of it?
  2. Dundes, Alan; Pagter, Carl R. (1987). When you're up to your ass in alligators: more urban folklore from the paperwork empire (Illustrated ed.). Wayne State University Press. p. 135. ISBN 0-8143-1867-3. Dibukak ing 2009-04-30. The object of this and similar tests is to make sense of a series of words by figuring out the correct intonation pattern.
  3. Hudson, Grover (1999). Essential introductory linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell. p. 372. ISBN 0-631-20304-4. Dibukak ing 2009-04-30. Writing is secondary to speech, in history and in the fact that speech and not writing is fundamental to the human species.
  4. van de Velde, Roger G. (1992). Text and thinking: on some roles of thinking in text interpretation (Illustrated ed.). Walter de Gruyter. p. 43. ISBN 3-11-013250-8. Dibukak ing 2009-04-30. In scanning across lines, readers also make use of the information parts carried along with the punctuation markes [sic]: a period, a dash, a colon, a semicolon or a comma may signal different degrees of integration/separation between the groupings.