Pragmatic Description of Speech Acts Related to Gender Speech

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G. G. Niyazova et al.


The article analyses the research carried out in the field of pragmalinguistics for the first time and focuses on phenomena related to the desire to study linguistic units in connection with the personal factor that uses them in the last stage of the development of linguistics. In this approach,an attempt was made to explain the problems and the nature of the study in relation to the factors of linguistic phenomena such as language perception, perception of the world and its reflection in language, language thinking, language skills, speech activity, knowledge of the subject matter of speech, psychology, attitude to reality, occupation, age, gender characteristics. However, the Working Group was informed that research work had not completed its work yet. Today, the science of linguistics provides information about the current challenges facing language learning and the relationships between people who use it. Extensive scientific sources are analyzed and commented on the object, basic concepts, terminology system, theoretical problems, goals and problems of pragmalinguistics, which  was emerged as one of the directions of study of linguistic system of linguistics. The most common terminological units used in the scientific works on pragmalingvistics have been analyzed and described, processes of formation, development and problems of the field of pragmalingvistics have also been described. The article also focuses on the treatment of gender as a phenomenon that has passed the evolutionary stages, such as language itself, based on the need for human behaviour and the need for speech. Contextual use of gender speech by members of society, its relation to people’s speech activities in the process of communication, social, psychological, linguistic units; factors of speech such as their lexical and semantic, structural manifestations,  were tried to prove, through pragmatic analysis, that there was a need for pragmatic in-depth study.

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