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Emotional Information in Consecutive Interpretation

Student: Anastasiia Kabankova

Supervisor: Tatiana Belyaeva

Faculty: School of Foreign Languages

Educational Programme: Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 10

Year of Graduation: 2020

Emotional information is one of the four main types of information that texts consist of. Consecutive interpretation of means of emotional information poses a practical difficulty. The present research aims to analyze the mistakes made by students during the process of consecutive interpretation of an interview in the English-Russian language pair. To achieve this purpose, scientific publications available on the subject have been reviewed, the comparative analysis of texts of interviews in English and their translation in Russian in the transcripts of students’ audio recordings has been made. Then the mistakes related to the transmission of means of emotional information made by the students have been analyzed in accordance with the established criteria of consecutive interpretation quality assessment. Practical significance of the present research lies in the establishment of grounds for further researches in the field of oral interpretation and the creation of the basis for the development of methodological material that can be used during professional interpretation training. Key words: consecutive interpretation, means of emotional information, interview, consecutive interpretation assessment principles

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