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Give an example of a situation in which the hearer may have a stake in understanding things correctly, and one in which the hearer may not.

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    When an employer says" Be certain to punch in and out at the time clock each workday"

    When an employer says" those of you who are in polygamous marriages record all your wives social security numbers on the next of kin form"...and the employee is not married.

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