SUBTEXT AND ALLUSION AS THE MEANS OF EXPRESSING AND COMPREHENDING INTENTIONAL IMPLICITNESS
In this paper, we study intentional subtext and allusion in speech, referring to the characteristics of their expression and the nature and peculiarities of their manifestation as two main means of expression and comprehension of intentional implicitness. Our words express our ideas, thoughts, goals, and intentions, which, in the case of face-to-face conversations, are also embodied in cross-linguistic means; thus, the study also covers the phonetic aspects of verbalization of speech such as intonation and diction and extralinguistic means like gestures and mimics, etc.
In terms of studies over comprehension of intentional implicitness, the concepts of “personal implicitness” and “speech implicitness” are observed to cover the intentionality and unintentionality of speakers. The development and the process of dialogue are directly connected to the right or wrong, complete or partial, perception of the meaning of the speech. So, we can say that the comprehension of the speakers gives meaning to the dialogue and provides its development, thus proving, that each word is the logical continuation of the previous word, expression, or sentence.
In this paper, we also focus on some methods for covering the implicit meaning of the speech. Among them, special attention is paid to repetition, clarifying questions, expressing emotions, etc.
Keywords: Subtext, allusion, intentional implicitness, intentionality, gestures, extralinguistic means.
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