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Actitudes básicas subyacentes en el uso del lenguaje indirecto

  • Autores: María Josefa Reyes Díaz
  • Localización: Revista de Filología de la Universidad de La Laguna, ISSN 0212-4130, Nº 16, 1998, págs. 329-335
  • Idioma: español
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    • There are two ways to use language in personal interaction: directly and indirectly. In direct language, the emitting subject openly shows what he thinks, feels, wishes or requests. It appears in I-you dialogue as we are speaking from an I viewpoint and not from you. We use the first person of the verb and abandon the impersonal expression, the murmur and manipulation. In indirect language, we avoid using the first person in favour of other persons of the verb, impersonal expressions and other verbal resources with which the speaker does not only avoid commitment, but even tries to pass the responsability to the listener.


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