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The present article is devoted to the study of rhythm in English speech, which is regarded as the general-linguistic system that organizes language in general. In the author's view, the rhythm is considered as a special type of contextual indicator, as it is involved in the corresponding of meaning. As an example, a passage from the autobiographical novel by the Irish writer Sean O'Сasey is taken.doi:10.5281/zenodo.1048743 fatcat:ntlbnxvbzjafjnu2pokuxdf47y