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    • The Analysis of a Text DR. SHADIA YOUSEF BANJAR PRESENTED BY
      • a translator
      • a linguist
      • a literary critic
      Reading ST
      • Comprehension
      • Analysis
      General reading close reading
      • Encyclopaedias
      • Textbooks
      • Specialist papers
      Description Function Words out of context Words in context
    • Chomsky and TT From Nida & Taber (1969:33)
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    • Translation theories
      • Most TT is:
        • Product-orientated – focuses the translation
        • Function-orientated – examines the context and purpose of the translation
        • Process-orientated – analyses the psychology of translation and process
      • But usually has elements of all three
    • Partial theories of translation
      • Medium restricted – man or machine?
      • Area restricted – specific languages/cultures
      • Rank-restricted – word/sentence/text
      • Text-type restricted –different genres
      • Time-restricted – historical view
      • Problem-restricted – specific problems, e.g equivalence
    • Newmark (1981)
      • Semantic / communicative translation at level of:
        • Transmitter/addressee focus
        • Culture
        • Time and origin
        • Relation to ST
        • Use of form of SL
        • Form of TL
        • Appropriateness
        • Criterion for evaluation
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