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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
2 Equivalence at word level
2.1 THE WORD IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
2.2 LEXICAL MEANING
2.3 THE PROBLEM OF NON-EQUIVALENCE
EXERCISES
SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING
NOTES
3 Equivalence above word level
3.2 IDIOMS AND FIXED EXPRESSIONS
4 Grammatical equivalence
4.1 GRAMMATICAL VS LEXICAL CATEGORIES
4.2 THE DIVERSITY OF GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES ACROSS LANGUAGES
4.3. A BRIEF NOTE ON WORD ORDER
4.4 INTRODUCING TEXT
5Textual equivalence: thematic and information structures
6 Textual equivalence: cohesion
6.1 REFERENCE
6.2 SUBSTITUTION AND ELLIPSIS
6.4 LEXICAL COHESION
7 Pragmatic equivalence
7.1 COHERENCE
7.2 Coherence and processes of interpretation: implicature
7.3 COHERENCE, IMPLICATURE, AND TRANSLATION STRATEGIES
Glossary
References
Author index
Language index
Subject index
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In Other Words - Mona Baker

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