The Hermeneutics of Speaking What Linguistic Competence Consists of

Jesus Martinez del Castillo

Abstract


Linguistic competence consists in the activity of speaking involving four dimensions: activity, knowledge (the competence to speak), the implicit valuation of the activity performed, and the creation of contents and forms in order for speakers to express and make themselves understood. Since speaking has three levels, speaking in general, speaking a particular language and speaking individually, it is necessary to find out the different types of competence relating to the three levels referred to.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/elr.v2i1.9337

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