On the Role of “Fuzzy Language” in Cultivating “Core Accomplishment”: Based on the Cross-Cultural Communication

Dezhi WANG, Zheng LI

Abstract


Fuzzy language has something to do with beauty, techniques, competence and accomplishment. On the way from "core knowledge era" to "core accomplishment era", the author tries to focus on the role of fuzzy language in cultivating students’ core accomplishment by cultivating aesthetic taste, promoting international understanding, enriching humanistic accomplishment and enhancing practical ability.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10356

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