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A PILOT TEST FOR CONTEXT-FREE CHINESE IMPLICITURES
British Journal of English Linguistics
The frontier issues of pragmatics in recent years have always been controversial. A kind of meaning, which is "conveyed but not literally and explicitly expressed by the utterance without a context" (not with a context) and its cognitive mechanism have drawn much attention from researchers. Scholars from different perspectives propose varied terms for the phenomena and cognitive processing models to explore the human processing mechanism. In 1994, Kent Bach coined the term "impliciture" (fromfatcat:k5gzk4bslfdxxnbyhbtfyrm2ze