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Title: Emotional complex sentences peculiarites in British and American scripts
Authors: Baghana, J.
Bondarenko, E. V.
Voloshina, T. G.
Markelova, O. V.
Genkin, Y. Y.
Keywords: linguistics
general linguistics
text linguistics
emotional complex sentences
script texts
exclamatory sentences
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Emotional complex sentences peculiarites in British and American scripts / J. Baghana [et al.] // Journal of Language and Literature. - 2015. - Vol.6, №2.-P. 161-164. - doi: 10.7813/jll.2015/6-2/32.
Abstract: In this paper the authors deal with the peculiarities of emotional complex sentences functioning in script texts of British and American origin. The Emotional type of sentences has proved to be an integral component of every text structure, and script text too, since this very type is considered to be one of the most real like structures and true to life conversation. All possible kinds of constructions are represented in script texts: narrative, interrogative, exclamatory, imperative sentences. However, Exclamatory sentences have the highest level of vivid emotions and feeling, presented in the form of such sentence subdivision Emotional groups as exclamatory, interrogative-exclamatory, causative-exclamation. All these groups depict versatile shades of feelings: joy, sadness, surprise, regret, fear, anger, resentment, contempt, disgust
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