- Created by: Charlotte Martin
- Created on: 09-01-12 17:20
Short of long word
use or form of speach no longer current.
If a text is descriptive it is there to entertain.
The importance of the text, reader, narrator, speaker. etc
3 syllables or more
empty uneeded words often used to fill in gaps
Words with one syllable
exageration to make a point
'weighed a tone!'
Conventional spelling system of a language
choice of lexis effected by social context
Smallest individual sound in language
Study of sound =pattern of speach etc
More acceptable than swear words
Diexis (Diectic word)
words or phrases that rely on contextual information
context of production
Why it was made, how it was created and who made it.
'init' get rid of syllable/vowel (slang)
avoiding the point...
politicians use this when being attacked.
The physical relationship between speakers in terms of proximity (distance)
Word order (how they relate to each other)
a clause that qualifies a statement, usualy introduced by 'if'
narrator voice created by a writter. Who is different from the writter himself.
The layout of a text with use of such features as type face
Art and technique of printing
Who has power in the relationship, the conversation.
lay out how the contexts is set out if it has a specific order, instructions