Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

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This article deals with the classification problems of discourse in English and considers different hypothesis on the matter. Discourse is analyzed as an important aspect of cognition and cognitive linguistics. Its analysis takes into consideration communicative conditions and functions.

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