Philology Matters


The article is devoted to the scientific and theoretical analysis of the devices actualizing the content of the speech statements, since any speaker tries to fulfill his/her speech motions appropriately to the expected result.The practice of reach-ing a pragmatic effect in the communication, at the time of fulfilling the speech statements with special emphasis and precision, may have some specific nuances. In such process the speaker creates a speech statement delivering the information directly to the listener. This speech statement is neither lexical or grammatical phenomenon, buta pragmatic unit.
Social role of interlocutors is of concern in choosing particular pragmatic-modal variant of the speech structure. The very process urges the following: 1) the characteristics of the person from birth (sex, nationality, nation); 2) social status; 3) position in a certain situation.

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