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Chinese Translation Teaching Failures Diagnosed

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      Article Title: Chinese Translation Teaching Failures Diagnosed
      Author: Michael Song
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      Chinese translation teaching and learning in university level
      has been confronted with many failures and deficiencies, mostly
      because of the lack of awareness of the irreplaceably key role
      played by contexts either in understanding the source texts or
      in translating. An empirical study based on the recognition of
      contextualization in translation is of paramount importance to
      all translators, esp. university students who are most
      desperately in need of both guidance and practice in
      translation.

      First and foremost, it is contexts that determine
      the comprehension of the original contents, meaning and views.
      Word itself alone can not live without contexts, so do phrase
      and sentence or even paragraph...

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      About The Author: Michael Song is a professional Chinese
      translator working for VERY TRANSLATION
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      http://www.verytranslation.com/free_chinese_name_translation.aspx
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