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Verbalization of Speakers' Intensions Containing Evaluative Emotiveness

Zhainagul Beisenova, Marzhan Arenova, Zhamal Talkanova, Assem Seithadyrova

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The functional-cognitive aspect of evaluation emotive consideration taken as a basis fits into the context of modern linguistic trends. The evaluation motives have always the objective nature, but they are not with the evaluation not in any causal relationship, nor with respect to inference: the same motives may be fundamentals for different evaluations. In other words, the evaluation is applied to everything that person considers good: good means to correspond to an idealized model of macro- or microcosm; bad means not to correspond to this model at one of its inherent parameters. Between evaluative predicate and object of evaluation is always a person.