TYPES OF TEXTS. "For the channel used, can be oral or written. - The situation of communication can be formal or colloquial. - The sender's communicative intent can control: * Expressive function of language to express feelings (poems) * Representative or referential, reporting on reality (expository) * We call, move the receiver to think as the issuer (text argumentative) * Fatica, maintain contact with the receiver (spoken text) * metalinguistic explain a code (narrative text) * Poetic or literary (narrative, descriptive text that `any attempt to wonder - The form of speech employed can be: * Narrative, a narrator tells about events that happen to characters in a given place at a time. * Descriptive say how they are real or imaginary beings. * Exhibition, transmit information in an orderly and explain why something is well. * dialog, speak two or more partners. * Arguments: give reasons, arguments to justify opinions, try to convince the receiver. * Instructions, prompt action t give instructions to do something. The appearance of the narrator and simple past tense times is characteristic of the narratives, the presence of the second person of verbs and vocative is common in dialogues
- Caligrama: are visual poems that combine poetry and drawing. "Homophones: they have the same pronunciation but are spelled differently and have different meanings." Rhymed formulas: they are expressions that are usually brief rhyme and figuratively. DISCUSSION : are oral texts in which the issuers discussed on an issue and argue to convince the receiver on the truth of the views or thesis they support.
-SOFTWARE, mark the relations of meaning: In addition or addition (And besides, it's ...) In opposition or contrast (But yet, however ...) cause and effect (because) of consequence (So) of condition (if, if ...) In order (for that, so that ...)
East, to guide the interpretation that the receiver should make the text: sentence modifiers commenting on the statement (Unfortunately, honestly ...) Other connectors different meaning(By consent: indeed ... In mitigation, somehow ... Warning: Behold ... In doubt: maybe ... In focus: of course ...)
"Order of discourse, text and structure indicate the progress of information: Enter the text (For starters ...) Enter a topic (As ...) to order or listed (in the first place ...) exemplify (eg) explain, clarify ... (That is, this is ...) Summary. Indicate the completion (finally ...) structure the space. Structure time.