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Features of Representational Meaning

Features of Representational Meaning

While some, more or less radical, distinction between language and linguistic behaviour (between language and speech, language and communication, sentence and utterance) is universally assumed, the nature of the relation between them is less often addressed or characterised in a manner satisfactory in itself or consistent with the distinctions we wish to make. The more…

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Eco-Translatoloty: English Translation of Chinese Classics

Eco-Translatoloty: English Translation of Chinese Classics

Study on the Development of English Translation of Chinese Classics from the perspective of Eco-translatology Keywords: Ecological Translation Studies, the Chinese classics, translation, traditional culture, development trend. Abstract. Eco translation studies is the use of ecological rationality, from the perspective of ecological integrity of research conducted overview of translation. Ecological Studies on translation and cultural…

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Has Music of the 1950’s Shaped Today’s Music?

Has Music of the 1950’s Shaped Today’s Music?

Background Questions Has music of the 1950’s shaped today’s music? Navjot Who influenced the music in the 1950’s? Zainab Was there a particular style of music in the 1950’s? Navjot Rock ‘n’ Roll: African Americans migrated into the north urban cities for jobs, bringing along their unique form of music. Working with American people and…

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Analysis of Modality in Language

Analysis of Modality in Language

Student: VÕ TH THU NGÂN 1. Rationale: The more developing social is, the more multiform language’ research is. There are many things to read between the lines of the meaning of words or sentences when using them for communication in the real life. Modality is an issue which maybe makes learners to have difficulties in…

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Language Analysis of Film: Directive Illocutionary Acts

Language Analysis of Film: Directive Illocutionary Acts

BY MORTEN TYLDUM ABSTRACT This assignment is entitled “A study of Directive Illocutionary Acts in Passengers Movie Script by Morten Tyldum”. It is aimed at describing forms and meanings of Jim’s utterances based on Vanderveken’s theory by using descriptive method. In the collecting data, I follows three stages. Those are data selection, data collection, and…

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Summary of the Somali Language

Summary of the Somali Language

Amal Mohamed The Motherland    The place where scientist believe all humans came from is now inhabited by Middle Eastern and North African descends, Somalia. Somalia is a country in the horn of Africa but what makes their culture different from the American culture or any other is that it’s made up of homogenous people…

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