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Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Culture, Education and Economic Development of Modern Society (ICCESE 2018)
Modern linguistics has contributed a lot to the development of literature analysis and translation theory. Being a central subdomain of pragmatics, the theory of speech acts is an important theoretical foundation in the pragmatic approach. According to the theory, human beings do not simply produce sentences that are true or false, but rather perform speech actions through utterances. The performative intention embedded in every utterance is usually called "illocutionary force". Illocutionarydoi:10.2991/iccese-18.2018.140 fatcat:fnqndwchrnf6ng4vqxygocjeom