Exteroreceptive targets of linguistic manipulation

Exteroreceptive targets of linguistic manipulation. The exteroreceptive level of speech perception is connected with exteroreceptive sensations which help people to perceive the information from the outer world via eyes, ears, skin, and other exteroreceptive sense organs. On modeling speech acts which nominate or are associated with some of these exteroreceptive sensations, the producers of a manipulative message achieve their pre-planned perlocutionary effects. In this case of linguistic manipulation we can talk about some kind of synesthetic mechanism, as the verbal message being perceived by auditory receptors results in some sensational image of another modality (we imagine and see green, feel sour taste and feel something round and smooth on hearing the words an unripe apple). For example