The Application of the English-Chinese Comparison to Discourse Structures Analysis

Qiu-Juan ZHU


This paper makes an attempt to employ the English-Chinese comparison to English discourse structures analysis to help students avoiding some errors of interference from their native language and developing students’ linguistic skills to a high level of proficiency.
Key words: the English language, the Chinese language, comparison, Discourse structure
Résumé: L’article présent tente d’employer la comparaison anglais-chinois dans l’analyse de structure du discours anglais pour aider les étudiants à éviter des erreurs d’interférence venues de leur langue maternelle et à éléver leur le niveau linguistique.
Mots-Clés: langue anglaise, langue chinoise, comparaison, structure du discours

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