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Stylistic Errors in Interpreting Exercise: Analysis of the Results of the Initial Stage of Training

Student: Mariia Builova

Supervisor: Tatiana Belyaeva

Faculty: School of Foreign Languages

Educational Programme: Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2020

Despite a great deal of scholarly disputation, the problem of analysing the effect of interpreting exercises based on news announcements interpretation got little attention compared to exercises of translating texts on such topics. Recently, the ability to translate large fragments of oral speech immediately in sequential mode is becoming increasingly popular and demanding. The general purpose of this project is to reveal common stylistic mistakes at the beginning of the consecutive interpretation practice. This issue presupposes theoretical explication of particular qualities of the information messages and student’s ability to speak fluently using literary language only. The database collected in the year 2020 with the students’ oral practice in HSE University is a powerful tool for comparing their progress and depicting the interpreting exercises’ downsides that can be fixed in future. The results anticipated could lead to better estimates in teaching future interpreters.

Full text (added May 15, 2020)

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