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SN2011: Principles and Practice of Translation from Spanish to English

SN2011: Principles and Practice of Translation from Spanish to English

Teaching Terms: 1 & 2

Convenor: Abigail Lee Six

Tutors: James Clifford Kent (T1), Abigail Lee Six (T2) 

Assessment: examination (100%)

Overview: This course is designed to sensitize students to key ideas relating to translation. It will improve comprehension of written Spanish, command of written English, and give students the skills they need to be able to translate from Spanish to English at intermediate level. Classes are grouped around a range of themes that present specific translation problems. Details will be provided in class. Classes are interactive and practical, with students required to prepare a text for each class. They have the option of submitting it if they would like written feedback.

Key Bibliography: Access to good monolingual dictionaries of English and Spanish; reference grammars for either or both languages, depending on which is the student’s mother tongue.

 

  
 
 
 
 

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