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Match up the type of over-accommodation with its definition.

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When an individual thinks that he is being accomodative to someone's linguistic or physical disability but overdoes it, so that the other person percieves his behaviour as patronizing.

Involves manipulating people based on a general stereotype and not as individuals with an individual persona.

Refers to the situations "when the speaker places the listener in a lower status role so that the listener is made to appear dependent on the speaker and they understand that the speaker is the primary speaker in the comversation in order to communicate a higher status".


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