The typology of texts bv V.G. Admondy
Theby is based on the differences between various aspects of language communication, The author singles out eight aspects, each presupposing a number of types of utterances characterized by specific features. As it was mentioned before, takes onto account only reproducible utterances (the scholar gives them the status of ‘texts’), completely neglecting one-moment utterances, that are pronounced to achieve communicative aim in a given communicative situation. According to this approach V.G.Admony singles out,the types of single (one-moment) and reproducible utterances.
The main sphere of application of one-moment utterance is spoken language, which is materialized inor polylogue form.
To V.G.Admondy’s point, of view,may be of the following types:
1. Everyday-life dialogue; dialogue at home;
2. Production dialogue (professional); dialogue at work, between collaborators;
3. Scholastic and ; between scholars and teacher – student;
4. “Parliamentary” and “meeting” dialogue;
5. Judicial and administrative dialogue;
6. Military dialogue.
Each of the above mentionedhas a lot of varieties, depending on the character and .