Dialogue is constituted of a sequence of replies exchanged between two people. These replies cannot be examined separately as they are interrelated, that is, one depends upon the other. Moreover, they form a unified whole together with the interactants and the context. All these constituents form the dialogic text, which is a particular type of text due to its spontaneous character, on the one hand, and its orientation towards an immediate feedback, on the other. In this article we try to analyze the causes that hamper the successful realization of a dialogue.
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