POSITIVE EMOTIONS AS THE MEANS OF EXPRESSING AND COMPREHENDING INTENTIONAL IMPLICITNESS
In this paper, we study the expression of positive emotions by a speaker (or speakers) in dialogue and their influence on the nature, process, development, conclusion, and termination of speech.
Emotions are sensitive nuances underlying the core of speech that convey intentional and unintentional implicitness to the words, expressions, and sentences, concealing the real intentions and goals of the speakers.
By virtue of our emotions, our speech can become more balanced as well as extremely disbalanced. Emotions are also considered to be an inseparable part of our behavior, actions, and attitude. By virtue of controllable emotions, various means of concealing linguistic (subtext, allusion, ellipsis, ambiguity, etc.) and extralinguistic (gestures, mimics, face-expression, intonation, diction, etc.) intentional implicitness beyond the lines become possible.
In this paper, some manifestations of positive emotions are classified and substantiated with samples depending on the factual material in fiction. All types of emotions that have been studied in current observation are distributed into three main groups.
We also refer to the implementation of linguistic means expressed in emotional discourse.
Keywords: intentional/unintentional implicitness, linguistic and extralinguistic means, dialogue, discourse.
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