On Chinese Translation of English Interjections

Chunyan XIANG

Abstract


English interjection is the function word with certain special features. To translate them correctly and appropriately is a good way to perform the characteristics and character of figures on the works. Although there are many translation methods, not every method can be used in translating the English interjections. This paper summarizes three ways of Chinese translation of English interjection through analyzing various meanings of English interjection and various examples. They are sound translation method, tone translation method, and context translation method. Using these three translation methods, the readers can translate the English interjections correctly and appropriately


Keywords


Interjection; Meaning; Chinese translation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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