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In another preferred embodiment of the methods according to the invention the enzymatic reaction in the presence of a water-immiscible or water-miscible organic solvent only limited performed. Dee aryl C6-C14 are for example phenyl, naphthyl, for example 1-naphthyl, 2-naphthyl, biphenylyl, for example 2-biphenylyl, 4-biphenylyl 3bifenililo and, anthryl or fluorenyl. Teaching English is closely tied to teaching translation methods. Translation is a useful tool to learn grammar, syntax, and lexis in both SL and TL.
The final text of a written translation is a new one, as Lefevere has underlined; translating is a sort of re-writing. In this sense, the translated work must "stand on its own.
When students translate, they unconsciously follow three steps: analysis, transfer, and restructuring. Foreign students must continuously compare English to Italian. My students come from all over the world, and their language is often written with a different alphabet.
Italian is the bridge between the students' native languages and English.
It is fundamental for the Iranian, Japanese or Chinese students just to quote some nationalities : they understand not only lexis, but also some specific linguistic constructions in Italian and then re-create them in English. Moreover, due to the historical influence of Latin and French, English is closer to Italian than to German.
Teaching is in Italian. Therefore, I try to point out the "false friends" and every possible misunderstanding or pitfall related to Italian. The teaching method is based on my personal experience as a translator; no handbook, I believe, can be more helpful.
Intercultural discourse In my courses, translations include literary prose, poetry, theatre , journalistic economics, politics, current news , technical texts urbanism, advertising, tourist guides, international organizations such as UN, FAO etc.
By "special" I do not mean exclusively technical but specific to any field.
Every text has its own terminology; even slang and everyday idioms characterize a text. Comparing texts of different sources but belonging to the same genre, for example an article from an Italian political magazine and an English one about the same topic i.
Students must keep a glossary, which they continuously update. Students are also taught how to read a dictionary, including the phonetic alphabet in order to learn the exact pronunciation.
They usually undervalue the resources provided by a dictionary and often glance at it superficially. I suggest the use of both bilingual and monolingual dictionaries.
Bilingual ones even the best are often inadequate: sometimes there are imperfections or they might lead to the wrong meaning. For the same reason I advise them to check online dictionaries and investigate on the Internet, where they can verify the actual and current use of a word, because English is continuously changing.
As I stated before, I build my teaching on the basis of my personal experience as a translator. Students learn that English has a larger vocabulary, and some words that do not exist in Italian must be explained in order to convey their particular nuances.
Moreover, paying attention to etymology is another strategy that helps them to memorize and understand the real meaning of that word in its context and co-text.
Each word in a text belongs to what is around it on a micro- and macro-level, and the analysis of each lexical unit allows the so-called "disambiguation," thus clarifying the effective meaning of a term within a passage.
Practical tools By preparing a CV or a cover letter in English, students realize that translating is not only a job, but something that involves their lives, their everyday experience and is not a mechanical action.
When translating a CV they must keep cultural differences, as well as differences in educational systems and job titles in mind.
I direct them to websites where they can find the equivalent degrees e. They realize that a degree or a job position cannot be simply translated. In this case, apart from stating the name in their language, I suggest that they should "explain" it in detail. Students are directed and encouraged at the same time to search on the Internet: this represents not only an exercise in localization but also in the use of the web in English, thus learning terminology and practicing the English language.
And if they make the decision of working as translators in the future they will be more familiar with computers and more skillful when using CAT.