PRAGMATIC FEATURES OF OFFICIAL TEXTS AND DOCUMENTS OF THE UZBEK LANGUAGE

Lutfullayeva Durdona Esonovna, Nasirova Malika Anvarovna, Sayidirahimova Nasiba Sayidmahamadovna, Nizamova Feruza Аlimullaevna, Shoalieva Nargiza Kakhramanovna

Abstract


This article addresses the current issues of pragmatic study of official working documents’ texts in the Uzbek language. The pragmatic features of the text of official documents are studied. In particular, the issue of the pragmatic purpose of the speaker is analysed in the official documents’ text. The polyintensive nature of official office documents is illustrated by the example of official letters.  The article also addresses the issue of implicit expression of a pragmatic goal. The expression of more than one pragmatic goal in the text of official documents is substantiated through the analysis of the text of working documents such as letters of guarantee, letters of request, telegrams, and invitations. Office documents that express the pragmatic goals of certain individuals are studied in sub-categories.

Keywords: pragmalinguistics, pragmatic goal, communicative goal, intention, intentionality, polyintentality, official letters, working papers, office working papers, formal style, text.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v9i7.2108

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v9i7.2108.g2526

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