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GRAMMAR AS A PROCESS: Choice Factors in Teaching and Translation

Kashkin, Vyacheslav B. (1996) GRAMMAR AS A PROCESS: Choice Factors in Teaching and Translation. [Preprint]

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Abstract

The pragmatic task of foreign language teaching is learning not static ‘rules’, but how to act grammatically, correlating own intentions with the receiver‘s possible interpretation, via a consensual domain of foreign languages. Translation combines both tasks. Strategical guidelines in choice factor hierarchy are universal and symmetrical in coding/decoding: situational, stylistic, categorial and lexical background.

Item Type:Preprint
Keywords:grammar, context, universal grammatical integral, foreign language teaching, translation, choice factor, grammatical action, grammatical process, multilingual parallel translations, language contrasts, present perfect, article
Subjects:Linguistics > Comparative Linguistics
Linguistics > Pragmatics
ID Code:211
Deposited By:Kachkine, Viatcheslav B.
Deposited On:17 Jul 1998
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:53

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