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The examine of language edition in social context keeps to carry the eye of a big variety of linguists. This examine is promoted via the once a year colloquia on New methods of examining version in English' (NWAVE). This quantity is a range of revised papers from the NWAVE XI, held at Georgetown college.
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He considers that speech acts are inserted into sequences and then into the specific communicative activities that are taking place. Something similar would seem to be at stake when Nord (1997:35) describes the 'adequacy' of a translation in the following terms: This means the translator cannot offer the same amount and kind of information as the source-text producer. What the translator does is offer another kind of information in another form [... ]. Within the framework of Skopostheorie, 'adequacy' refers to the qualities of a target text with regard to the translation brief: the translation should be 'adequate' to the requirements of the brief.
5. A faithful translation, however, should not be confused with a literal translation, the fidelity of a translation not excluding an adaptation to make the form, the atmosphere and deeper meaning of the work felt in another language and country. 6. The translator shall possess a sound knowledge of the language from Different Ways of Translating 45 which he/she translates and should, in particular, be a master of that into which he/she translates. 7. He/she must likewise have a broad general knowledge and know sufficiently well the subject matter of the translation and refrain from undertaking a translation in a field beyond his/her competence.
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