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Translation in teaching and teaching translation

Translation in teaching and teaching translation

translation in language teaching and for professional purposes : proceedings of a joint seminar organised by the University of Surrey in association with the the British Association for Applied Linguistics, University of Surrey, July 1986

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Published by CTLS in Guildford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by G. M. Anderman and M. A. Rogers. Vol. 3.
ContributionsAnderman, G. M., Rogers, M. A., Surrey University. Centre for Translation and Language Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17204375M
ISBN 101852370238

Translation of teaching in English. Translate teaching in English online and download now our free translator to use any time at no charge. Teaching translation and interpretation takes creativity. A teacher needs to be able to excite students about the process, and prospects, of translating texts into language so that everyone can enjoy.

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Translation and Foreign Language Teaching 5 Strategies in Foreign Language Learning There are of course strategies in which learners can benefit from and learn a foreign language and communicate with it effectively. One of these strategies is called "code-switching." According to Bolinger and Sears, code-switching is a linguisticFile Size: 2MB. This book explores the issue of developing computer competence in students of translation. The volume reviews the most prominent translation competence and translator training models.


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