LINGUIST List 16.1687|
Thu May 26 2005
Qs: Corpora in Interpreting;Theoretical Work,Specifier
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Corpora in interpreting
Theoretical study of 'specifier'
Message 1: Corpora in interpreting
From: Maciej Adamski <madamski1981wp.pl>
Subject: Corpora in interpreting
I am interested in corpus-based error analysis in conference interpreting.
I would be grateful for any ideas of how to implement corpus-based error
analysis in interpreting into conference interpreting classes. The goal is
to develop corpus-based exercises for schools of translation and interpreting.
Thank you in advance for any contribution.
Message 2: Theoretical study of 'specifier'
From: Jean-Charles Khalifa <jckricky.iutgeap.univ-poitiers.fr>
Subject: Theoretical study of 'specifier'
I've often wondered whether there has ever been theoretical work done on
the "specifier" concept in GB theory. If such work does exist, could anyone
direct me to references?
All the very best,
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