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Multilingualism and Translation

Studies on Slavonic and Non-Slavonic Languages in Contact

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Edited By Vladislava Warditz and Beatrix Kreß

This collection of essays tackles the issues that arise when multilingualism meets translation and discusses the findings with a particular focus on Slavonic migrant languages. Despite its high relevance from both the theoretical and the applied perspective, the intersection of multilingualism and translation has been rather neglected in international research on multilingualism. This volume intends to create a new angle within this wide field of research and to systematize the most relevant approaches and ideas on this topic in international Slavonic studies.
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Особенности «естественного» перевода при раннем двуязычии: case-study с итало-русским билингвом(Natural Translation Features in Early Bilingualism: A Case Study of an Italian-Russian Bilingual Teenager)

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Liana Goletiani

Особенности «естественного» перевода при раннем двуязычии: case-study с итало-русским билингвом

Natural Translation Features in Early Bilingualism: A Case Study of an Italian-Russian Bilingual Teenager

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Despite the fact that questions regarding translation in bilingualism have occupied the attention of researchers for several decades, the specific translation strategies of “early” bilingual persons are still not very well understood. One of the causes of this situation is the relative lack of long-term studies on the development of translation skills, which is particularly notable in the case of Russian as a second language. However, the acquisition of more precise data regarding this phenomenon is of great importance, not only for cognitive science, but also from the point of view of the effective teaching of translation as a professional activity to both young and adult bilinguals.

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