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This cyberpragmatic study investigates the correlation between spatial multimodal cybertext environments and their psychological impact on speech intent. The research delves into speech fragments in diverse cybertextual contexts across social media platforms. The methodology involves data identification, transcription, classification, and typification. Similarly, looking at things, the study shows that the physical settings of cybertexts have a big effect on the everyday meanings of words, acting as background, determinant, emphasis enhancer, reinforcement, illustration, and signal for speech intent. The research explores the distinct role of each category in shaping speech intention within spatial cybertexts, underscoring how these insights can facilitate effective communication and their psychological impact on speech intent, particularly for language learners on social media platforms.


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Keywords: cyberpragmatics ; pragmatic meanings ; spatial cybertext contexts ; multimodality
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