Translation into the second language / Stuart Campbell.Material type: TextSeries: Applied linguistics and language studyPublication details: London : Longman, 1998. ISBN: 0582301882Subject(s): Translating and interpreting | Competence and performance (Linguistics)DDC classification: 418.02 LOC classification: P306
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. What is translation competence? -- 2. Challenging the insistence on translation into the first language -- 3. A case study of candidates for translator education -- 4. Translation into a second language and second language competence -- 5. Translation competence and grammar -- 6. Translation competence and lexis -- 7. Monitoring translation performance -- 8. Towards a model of translation competence -- App. 1. Examples of target texts with varying combinations of textual competence, risk-taking and persistence -- App. 2. Real-time edited texts.