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Communicative competence
Updated: 2/24/2019
Communicative competence
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  • Pragmatical knowledge is concerned with the manners which discourse is created and interpreted itself. knowledge of pragmatic and sociolinguistic conventions as well as strategic knowledge are important elements when we talk about Bachman and Palmer's model.
  • Pragmatical knowledge is composed by functional and sociolinguistic knowledge. The first, deals with trial and error (Heuristic), appellative functions as well as cultural references and so forth.
  • While sociolinguistic is focused on language variations and its components such as expressions and idioms.
  • What a connoisseur Anna! Finally, the common European Framework's model which has three main components: language, sociolinguistic and pragmatic competence. The two first are quite related to strategic competence, although, it is not defined as an element of this model. The latter, in order to produce structured language (written or spoken).
  • In addition the subcomponents, such as lexinal grammatical, semantic, phonological, orthoepic (Study of the relationship between pronunciation and orthography
  • So far, we can say that through all of these years an agreement is evident among empirical and theoretical authors by showing that a proficient user must have knowledge about the specific language as long as the ability to seat goals, planning and monitoring the communicative process. in search of accomplishing the particular communicative objective in particular contexts.
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