Speech is what the speaker speaks about, expressing his/her feelings and interaction with the audience. The speaker tries to make his speech effective in one way or another and to attract the listener. A word has its own lexical and complementary meaning. For example, the lexical meaning of the words "expressive", "emotional", "affective" means "affective", and the additional meaning "emotional". In English, it is permissible to take into account syntactic, melodic and lexical features for expressing emotional expressions. By lexical feature, we mean adding additional meaning to words. The complementary meaning of words can be constant or variable. We must always pay attention to the constant meaning of words. Phrases can have different meanings depending on the situation.
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"VARIOUS APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF ENGLISH SET EXPRESSIONS AND THE PROBLEMS OF CLASSIFICATION,"
Scientific reports of Bukhara State University: Vol. 4
, Article 7.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/buxdu/vol4/iss4/7