On the Translation of Network English

Hong LIU

Abstract


As a novelty, internet English has similarity and peculiarity with common English, no matter in word-formation or feature. This is determined by the special communicational media—internet. It is clear that web—English neologisms play a very important role over the period from the birth of Internet up to now. The appearance of new internet English words is an inevitable phenomenon of social development and linguistic evolution. The feature and form of its word-formation have a distinct flavor of modern times. As the tool for delivering internet information, internet English covers various kinds of matters in our life. Therefore, it is greatly necessary for us to analyze the translation methods of network English, so as to be helpful for Internet users. This thesis analyzes several means of translating the Internet English into Chinese.

Keywords


Network English; Word-formation; Feature; Translation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6390

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