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A Practice Report On Interpreting For An International Safety And Security Program Training Course

Posted on:2020-08-27Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:S Q JiangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2415330596965172Subject:Translation major
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This work report is based on the author's interpreting practice in the “International Safety and Security Program” organized by a security services group from late August to late September 2018.The author served as the classroom interpreter throughout this one-month program and interpreted for three foreign instructors.Examples for analysis are extracted from one class centering on the topic of terrorism.The author presents a case study on the difficulties during interpreting and offers improved versions.In this dissertation,the author mainly analyzes the cases from three aspects: listening comprehension,target language expression,and interpreting for speakers of different styles,and provides revised versions.The concept of De-verbalization of Interpretive Theory serves as guiding principles for the cases of target language expressing problem.The author proposes the following solutions to different problems.In terms of listening comprehension difficulty,interpreting students should put more efforts in the preparation before the on-site interpreting,should read more articles difficult articles,and select more improvised speeches as daily listening drill materials.In regards to target language expressing,students should raise their awareness on the concept of de-verbalization of Interpretive Theory and practice more upon that.When cooperating with speakers of different speaking styles,students should adopt corresponding tactics flexibly and fast,so that better interpreting can be delivered.Through a detailed analysis,the author intends to summarize some coping strategies for the difficulties in the consecutive interpreting practices as well as illustrate how to adopt different tactics when interpreting for speakers of different styles in the hope of better interpreting performance.
Keywords/Search Tags:listening comprehension, target language expression, De-verbalization, style
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