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These utterances are frequently used by interactants to report on their past activities in association with others, in the same ways (formally and functionally) that interactants construct conversational narratives using first person singular utterances. Moreover, the frequent, often implicit, indexing of these common collectivities with we highlights and Functions of we-utterances in American English interactions reproduces normative relationships between individuals and social institutions in the larger culture.