My hypothesis: You can determine the relationship between people in an interpersonal text or spoken conversation through the analysis of the language they employ.
Analysis source 1:
Between close friends – Annika + Abi
Analysis source 2:
Someone your age who you know but don’t have a strong relationship with –
Analysis source 3:
An adult who is of higher importance to you and you don’t have a strong relationship with. Tash (Bindi + Fly) and Mwa
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