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Structure of English Monorheme

Student: Diana Denisenko

Supervisor: Tatiana Belyaeva

Faculty: School of Foreign Languages

Educational Programme: Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2019

This paper explores the insights concerning a particular type of information structure of a sentence and a monorheme of a particular kind. Relevance of the research is explained by absence of thorough studies concerning monorheme translation. There is a traditional rule of monorheme translation which implies that in the process of translation from English into Russian the informational focus of a sentence should change its position to the opposite. In this paper a science text was investigated and monorhemes with a different information structure were found and classified. The research also proves that such type of monorhemes do not follow the traditional rule of translation. Improper translation of a monorheme with a reverse structure could result into misrepresentation of given information and, consequently, inefficient act of communication.

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