Research on Implication and Intelligence Participation

Li XU, Juan LI


The inference of implication can not separate from intelligence participation in that the process of intelligence participation needs the participation of the thinking of the brain. And the real meaning which the speaker wants to express requires the hearer to think, judge and infer. Therefore, they are interdependent. Moreover, the thesis summarizes the reasons for leading to the misunderstanding o f implication. And these reasons can provide the point of penetration for the hearer so as to analyze the implication correctly. In addition, the thesis also summarizes the relationship between intelligence participation and implication. It can guide the hearer to take an active attitude and correct methods to infer the implication through the analysis of the relationship between them. And it will finally realize successful communication


Implication; Intelligence participation; Language

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