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Continuing L. V. Shcherba from "East-Lusatian dialect" (1915),which in the description of the real communication was very difficult to find monologuesits fourth Chapter Yakubinsky L. P. called "On the naturalness of the dialogueand the artificiality of the monologue". He goes further and looks for whatsemiotic organization of communication, which contributes to the birth ofmonologue: "in order that people listened to the monologue that is required commonlycertain attendant conditions, for example, the organization of the meeting with place,with the provision of "words", with the Chairman, and it is always there"voices" (Ibid. P. 33). And further: "Hearing a monologue oftenregulated (except where noted organization meetings, etc.)a few people there, which, if it is too big, leads to a forcefor each natural desire to interrupt to finalthe "hubbub", which also naturally gradually paralyzes ortermination or of the meeting, if he will not be given organizedcharacter; it is well known that, for example, gatherings of young people permanently endthe "hubbub", and finally the requirement to elect a Chairperson and conduct the meeting"(Ibid.P. 33-34).
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