COMMUNICATION-PRAGMATIC STATUS OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS IN CONTEMPORARY SPOKEN COMMUNICATION
The more official and informative the dialogue is, the less explicit is auto-reference, i.e. the speaker is identified by other means than pronouns. There is also a very close relation between the manner of auto-reference and the choice of the linguistic means when we address a communicative partner. The analyses of the dialogue texts shows, that the more marked is explicit auto-reference, the more is the pronoun 'You' used communicatively; the more implicit is auto-reference, the more marked is the need to use other means than 'You' when addressing the partner. The more official and informative is the dialogue, the more pronouns, that indicate the third person absent in the dialogue, are used. Non-marked anaphoric reference is mostly used in such cases. The inference reference we regard as the specific one.
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