PERFECT SPEECH IN THE ENGLISH COMPUTER DISCOURSE
Scientific notes of V I Vernadsky Taurida National University Series Philology Journalism
PERFECT SPEECH IN THE ENGLISH COMPUTER DISCOURSE The article describes the elements of the various sign systems that implement the semantics of the English computer discourse, and provide the internal integrity of the message and the imagecognitive content. The object of our research is the English computer discourse. The purpose of this study is to consider the structural and semantic features of the English computer discourse, which involves the following tasks: to clarify the meaning of
... the meaning of "discourse" from the standpoint of the semantic approach; consider the elements of the language system that implements the semantics of the English computer discourse; to analyze the structural and compositional techniques of English computer communication. Verbal communication includes a chain of statements containing information, which is based on the interaction of material and spiritual objects and phenomena, events and situations. The role of verbal communication is to establish connections between phenomena (cognitive act), to transfer to the receiver his knowledge of the subject with the motivation that will serve as an impulse for the receiver to perform certain intellectual or material actions. Since the generator of content is the composition and syntactic design of language units, we consider the syntagmatics of discourse at all levels and identify the principles that guide the construction of discursive structures and their content. Particular attention is paid to language units with nuclear semantics as important operators in the formation of discourse. The paper also analyzes the compositional structure and determines the semantic characteristics of the compositional elements of the computer text. We analyze the structural and compositional features of the English computer communication from the perspective of the semantic approach (based on 150 texts of the English computer discourse).