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Summary. Bigunova N.O. Contact-establishing strategy realization by means of expressing
approval, praise and compliment (on the samples from Modern English artistic discourse). In the article
an attempt has been made to describe the functioning of approval, praise and compliment speech acts as
tactics realizing the contact-establishing strategy, which is referred to positive politeness strategies. The
investigation is based on Modern English artistic prose. It has been established, that those are the positive
politeness strategies and the contact-establishing strategy, in particular, that determine formal, courtesy,
ritual expression of positive evaluation, with is seen as crucial for harmonious communication. A positive
evaluative utterance addresser is motivated by a desire to demonstrate understanding, solidarity, support to
the interlocutor. Largely, the contact-establishing strategy is peculiar for approval and compliment
addressers and it is less common for praise addressers. The contact-establishing strategy is most actively
used in approval speech act in ritual communication and in the situations, when this speech act is
responsive. Contact-establishing strategy realization by means of expressing praise is also possible only in
ritual communication and in case praise is addressed not to the third person, but to the interlocutor. By
means of compliment the speaker shows to the addressee, that he respects him and appreciates him as an
individual and wants good relationship with him.
Key words: motive, strategy, tactics, speech act, addresser, addressee, evaluation, politeness,
approval, praise, compliment.
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