On C-E Translation of Public Signs



Public signs in English are windows of China to Foreigners. This paper discusses the linguistic and functional features of English public signs, moreover, it puts forward five approaches to dealing with the translation of the public signs in Chinese to the public signs in English.
Keywords: public signs, linguistic feature, functional feature, C-E translation
Résumé L’article présent analyse les caractéristiques langagières et fonctionnelles du langage d’annonce, et propose cinq techniques de traduction du langage d’annonce chinois en anglais sous l’angle de la sémiotique sociale.
Mots-clés: langage d’annonce, caractéristiques langagières, caractéristiques fonctionnelles, traduction du chinois en anglais
摘 要 本文分析了英語公示語的語言特點和功能特點,並從社會符號學翻譯法的角度提出了五種公示語漢 譯英方法和技巧。

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020060204.011


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