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The article deals with the issues based on analyzing the role of gender in expressing speech act of disagreement. Gender (gender) - a set of speech, behavioral, personal characteristics that distinguish men and women who are influenced by culture, in the spiritual sense. In this article we try to consider the influence of the gender aspect on the communicative behavior of women and men as well as its role in expressing speech act of disagreement.
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