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Sometimes, when trying to explain something to an interlocutor, it is easier to use a ready-made cliché. For example, to say that someone is beating like a fish on ice will be shorter and no less exhaustive than describing all the futile efforts of a person. In addition, such phraseological turns make speech more refined, richer and more expressive. What is a "phrase with wings" and where it flies will be discussed below.
Where do wings grow from?
In linguistics, there is the concept of a "winged word", which goes back to antiquity: it is present in the texts of the "Iliad" and "Odyssey" more than once. For Homer, any word that reaches the interlocutor is winged.
The term came into science only in the 19th century thanks to the scientist Georg Buchmann, who presented to the world his collection of collected expressions and words of German literature, often used in speech. Since then, winged words have been called such words and expressions that are complete thoughts, exhaustive phrases, understandable and familiar to many. This also includes proper names, which have become common nouns. An important feature of such turns of speech is that they have a literary or historical context as their source.
What is a phrase?
Phrase is the smallest unit of speech and the largest unit in phonetics.
Having asked the question "Watch phrases - what are they?", you can try to figure out what the phrase is in general.
Firstly, a phrase is the smallest independent unit of speech. That is, it is a complete thought like a sentence.
The difference from the sentence is that the phrase belongs to oral speech, and not to writing. Thus, it will have intonation, timbre and accent characteristics. Since it carries some meaning, it is important to correctly place accents and pauses when pronouncing. That's what a phrase is.
Homer's "winged words" are precisely such phrases: these are words that fly from the mouth of the speaker into the ear of the interlocutor. In a Russian proverb, by the way, the word takes on wings through the image of a sparrow.
How to inspire a phrase
Having figured out what a phrase is, you can try to identify signs of a catchphrase.
It is important that such a phrase carries a special meaning acquired through a combination of certain words. After all, if someone's neck was soaped, then it is unlikely that soap.
For a phrase to be heard, it must be pronounced from a high place. If we omit folk sayings and sayings, then popular expressions have the feature of having an author. Most often, they are a prominent historical figure or literary hero. Using familiar phrases in speech, the speaker may not even suspect who invented them. How many people remember that happy people who do not watch the clock is a quote from"Woe from Wit" Griboyedov? However, the meaning is clear to any bearer of this culture.
The wings of a phrase grow due to the fact that it flies from mouth to mouth, repeats many times, making speech more expressive and richer. One such phrase can not only convey the mood of the speaker, but also save him from lengthy arguments that may be boring and meaningless for the interlocutor.
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