Pragmatically, the linguistic message must be balanced internally with an array of verbal rules of discourse.
Pragmatic verbal rules of discourse: Soon after we were married, I noticed an almost exclusive use of "Commands" in my wife's linguistic communications to me.
I could have sworn before we were married that there had been more of a Variety of Speech Acts, including informative statements, questions, and exclamations, etc.
Turn taking too, seems to have gone by the board.
It used to be that I would say something, then she would reply and I would respond etc.
Now she says something; then she elaborates on it; and then she contradicts it; and finally argues the point at great length.
After 35 minutes I am reminded that Quantity and Conciseness are pragmatic parameters to be prized.
Of course, my wife too complains that I have changed since our marriage.