Teaching pragmatics of translation

Authors

  • Zafar Akmalovich Tillaev Pedagogical Institute of Termez State University

Keywords:

pragmatic, speech communication, words, phrases

Abstract

Words in language are related to certain referents which they designate and to other words of the same language with which they make up syntactic units. These relationships are called semantic and syntactic, respectively. Words are also related to the people who use them. To the users of the language its words are not just indifferent, unemotional labels of objects or ideas. The people develop a certain attitude to the words they use. Some of the words acquire definite implications, they evoke a positive or negative response, and they are associated with certain theories, beliefs, likes or dislikes. There are "noble" words like "honour, dignity, freedom", etc. and "low" words frее "infamy, cowardice, betrayal". Words can be nice or ugly, attractive or repulsive. Such relationships between the word and its users are called "pragmatic".

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Published

2021-10-25

How to Cite

Tillaev, Z. A. (2021). Teaching pragmatics of translation. Science and Education, 2(10), 334-337. Retrieved from https://openscience.uz/index.php/sciedu/article/view/1909