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Title: Factual and Non-Factual Expression
Authors: Hồ, Văn Hận
Keywords: Factual
Issue Date: 11/2015
Publisher: International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities
Abstract: This paper has found out some particular aspects of factivity versus non-factivity. (Non)factivity is a phenomenon that embed presuppositions about the truth of the proposition. It means that presuppositions provide implicit information about facts assumed to be true in an utterance. The author has not only compared the standard of words marked by factivity or nonfactivity, but considered syntactic and semantic structures to make clear the proposition
ISSN: 2321-7065
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