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Typology of pragmatic implications from the point of view of interaction between pragmatics and semantics
Kiklewicz A.
Sincerity/insincerity in the sphere of dialogue (on the material of russian art texts)
Kuznetsova S.V.
Lexical Ways of Expressing Explicit Politeness in German Linguoculture
Gazizov R.A.
PERSUASION IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE: BARAK OBAMA’S PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES AGAINST ISIS
ALEMI M., LATIFI A., NEMATZADEH A.
The speech act of invitation in the American and Russian communicative cultures (results of an empirical research)
Schelchkova E.B.
Politeness Strategies Employed By Americans and Russians When Declining an Invitation
Schelchkova E.B.
“Can we take a picture with you?” The realization of the refusal speech act with tourists by Emirati speakers
Deveci T., Midraj J.
Speech Act Classification of German Advertising Texts
Mamedov A.N.
Types of indirect compliments in Russian and Vietnamese communicative cultures
Nguyen Thu Huong -.
Formal and Informal Russian Invitation: Context and Politeness Strategies
Vlasyan G.R., Kozhukhova I.V.
A cross-cultural study of condolence strategies in a computer-mediated social network
Alemi M., Pazoki Moakhar N., Rezanejad A.
Indexical and Sequential Properties of Criticisms in Initial Interactions: Implications for Examining (Im) Politeness across Cultures
Haugh M., Chang W.M.
On the corpus analysis of Czech directive and hybrid directive-commissive performative verbs
Izotov A.I.
Discourse, Statement and Speech Act
Krasina E.A.
Ambiguous invitations in the American communicative culture
Schelchkova E.B.
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