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Gile’s Sequential Model of Translation. by: Jessica and Thomas. Translation: linear or not? That is the question. NOT!!! Instead its more of a Back-and-Forth movement between the stages:. Comprehension. Reformulation. Two Stage Model of Translation. Comprehension. Reformulation.

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translation linear or not that is the question
Translation: linear or not? That is the question
  • NOT!!!
  • Instead its more of a Back-and-Forth movement between the stages:

Comprehension

Reformulation

two stage model of translation
Two Stage Model of Translation

Comprehension

Reformulation

welcome to comprehension
Welcome to Comprehension
  • Step one:
  • Establish a
    • Temporarily assigning a meaning to the part of text being worked on
    • Meaning based on:
      • What you already about the topic
      • What you can logically infer
      • What you can find out

meaning hypothesis

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Step two:
  • Check the meaning hypothesis for
    • Does it make sense in this context
  • NOTE:
    • errors can occur if you read the text too fast or do not have the background knowledge to fully understand the text

plausibility

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Are you satisfied that the meaning hypothesis is plausible…?
  • Great because now we and move to

phase 2…

The Reformulation Phase

welcome to reformulation
Welcome to Reformulation
  • Verbalize the of the text to the target language
  • Check to make sure:
    • Relevant information is included
    • Extraneous information is not included
  • A must:
    • Check the target language version of the text for correct terminology and style

meaning

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Of course nobody’s perfect so there . be some areas of the text that are not acceptable
    • In which you will then continue the process until the results are grammatically acceptable and plausible

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