The Cooperative Principle and Politeness Principle. Made by 万雅思 魏源 李莎莎 薛冰 胡学超. The Theory of Conversational Implicature. Speaking means that we express the meaning through language, and this meaning usually divide into two parts, that is ： The literal meaning The implied meaning
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The Cooperative Principle and Politeness Principle
万雅思 魏源 李莎莎 薛冰 胡学超
Speaking means that we express the meaning through language, and this meaning usually divide into two parts, that is：
According to the content, it includes two groups:
the convention the non-convention
There are two understandings about this sentence.
Therefore, there is always some distance between the utterance and the true purpose. And this true purpose refers to the coverastional implicature.
Try to make your contribution one that is true
What to say
How to say it.
According to Grice’s view, conversational implicatures can emerge observing or dis- observing the cooperative principle and its maxims.
End the communication
Continue based on the CP
Mr. X’s command of English is excellent and his attendance at tutorials has been regular.
love that never told can be.
They can be worked out on the basis of some previous information. Grice lists the nessary data as follows：
(But I am afraid I do not quite like cream in my coffee.)
Maxim of tact(in directives and commissives)
Maxim of generosity(in directives and commissives)
Maxim of approbation(inexpresssive and assertives)
Maxim of modesty(inexpresssive and assertives）
Maxim of agreement（in assertives)
Maxim of sympothy（in assertives)