A Modest Proposal (Webster's Korean Thesaurus Edition) by Jonathan Swift

By Jonathan Swift

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In short, it represents a sentence structure. In c-structure, the rules that identify the grammatical functions are called phrase structure rules. An example of the English phrase structure rules for a simple sentence like ‘Jane kicks David’ would be: S → NP VP NP → N VP → V NP NP → N The NP (noun phrase) and its ‘lower hierarchy’ (noun) represent ‘Jane’, while the VP (verb phrase) represents ‘kicks David’, which has a lower hierarchy of V (verb), that represents ‘kicks’, and the NP and its lower hierarchy of N that represents ‘David’.

Owing to ‘the very nature of translation as a complex human (and machine) activity’, Chesterman (2000) has argued that there is a need to explore different translation theories in order ‘to build a general empirical theory of translation that is both rich and robust’. Thus far, no single theory is able to explain every translation phenomenon. Instead theories of translation have been influenced by different disciplines and the philosophical backgrounds of translation scholars. Consequently, the definition of a ‘translation theory’ depends on the ideology subscribed to by the translation scholar (Chesterman 2000).

O’Hagan, M. and D. Ashworth (2002) Translation-Mediated Communication in A Digital World: Facing the Challenges of Globalization and Localization. Cleveden: Multilingual Matters. Pym, A. (2004) The Moving Text: Localization, Translation and Distribution. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. L. ) (2003a) Computers and Translation: A Translator’s Guide. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-04-20 become outdated tomorrow. With this development in mind, only two chapters of this book are loosely based on the classification proposed by Hutchins and Somers (1992); machine translation is discussed in Chapter 3 and computer-aided translation tools in Chapter 4, while the remaining chapters will cover other topics relevant to translation technology.

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