A Register Analysis of Foreign Trade Correspondence

Yan Wang

Abstract


The present study aims to examine Foreign Trade Correspondence language features within the framework of Register theory. Every aspect of Foreign Trade Correspondence, from the lexical level to the syntactical level of textual level can be considered highly motivated or greatly influenced by its special register. Hence, the findings based on this research will enrich the horizon of Foreign Trade Correspondence teaching and learning.


Keywords


Foreign trade correspondence; Register analysis; Language

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8907

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