The Latin word inconnexus he arrived in Spanish as disjointed . This adjective refers to what it lacks Connection : that is, link, link or link.
For example: "The home team was disjointed in their debut in the tournament and had great difficulty generating risk plays", "I did not like the end of the new Woody Allen movie, I found it unconnected to the rest of the story", "The man pronounced some unconnected words while agonizing but did not provide useful information for the investigation".
When something is disconnected, therefore, does not present the continuity that it should have . An interruption or separation that attempts against naturalness or fluency.
Suppose a novel consists of thirty chapters. Twenty-nine of them are narrated in first person by the protagonist of the history , while the remainder is a kind of poem written by an indefinite character. It can be said that this chapter is unconnected since it is not related to the rest of the work.
The elements that make up a speech they must always maintain a coherence relationship so that the whole has sense . When phrases or terms are unconnected, comprehension is difficult or impossible. If anyone says "Park ... games ... head", to cite a case, you cannot find a meaning since they are unconnected words. The situation changes if the expression is armed as follows: “My son was in the park, having fun in the playground, when he slipped and hit his head”.