V. I. Melnikov
A speech is one of common ways of information communication between people. In the course of hundred of thousand years’ period of updating its mechanism worldwide was developed the structure of its communication in the form of individual, relatively independent blocks of information. Under close consideration one can establish that these blocks are particular cases of models of certain real ССS and represent well-known grammatical sentences. As known, these sentences have identical common structure reflecting the interacting objects and the form of interaction. Therewith, as a rule, one object is a subject, the other- objects or adverbial modifiers. A predicate characterizes the form of interaction. Attributes of subject and object bear sense of their certain characteristics. In totality, objects and adverbial modifiers reflect only the most significant parts of environment, existence of which is implied.
The key role of subject underlines its integrity and reflects its value and significance for the size of information communicated.
Impersonal sentences reflect higher level of stylization and generalization for which missing parts of CCS are assumed to be known. For example, “it was getting dark”. Its extended version has evident and unique meaning: the environment around us decreases its light, i.e., the subject is “environment”, “Light” – object, “around us” – adverbial modifier, i.e., we have the object – anti-object and the process of interaction.
Such a global occurrence of common structure of elementary block of information developed over a thousand years’ period like a universal model of arbitrary separated size of information can not be accidental.
Thus, the example of grammatical sentence confirms the significance and adequacy of feasible conceptual apparatus of TCS. Obviously, it is not a strict mathematical proof, but a definite evidence in the above consideration is certain to exist.