German And English

Author by : Dirk Siepmann
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : German and English: Academic Usage and Academic Translation focuses on academic and popular scientific/academic usage. This book’s brief is both theoretical and practical: on the theoretical side, it aims to provide a systematic, corpus-based account of current academic usage in English and in German as well as of the translation problems associated with various academic genres; on the practical side, it seeks to equip academic translators with the skills required to produce target-language text in accordance with disciplinary conventions. The main perspective taken is that of a translator working from German into English, but the converse direction is also regularly taken into account. Most of the examples used are based on errors that occurred in real-life translation jobs. Additional practice materials and sample translations are available as eResources here: www.routledge.com/9780367619022. This book will be an important resource for professionals aspiring to translate academic texts, linguists interested in academic usage, translation scholars, and graduate and post-graduate students.


English In The German Speaking World

Author by : Raymond Hickey
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : A collection of studies on the role of English in German-speaking countries, covering a broad range of topics.


Metrical Phonology And Phonological Structure

Author by : Heinz J. Giegerich
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : In this monograph, the first to be exclusively concerned with a model of phonological structure that is becoming increasingly influential, Heinz Giegerich pursues two major aims. First, he explores the theoretical foundations of 'metrical phonology' and in so doing suggests that the current model should be significantly simplified: auxiliary devices such as 'prosodic categories', ' metrical grids' and segmental stress features are shown to be unnecessary in this study. Secondly, he applies the model to a wide range of German and English data and in particular provides a detailed account of the stress patterns of German words - native and nonnative, morphologically simple and complex. The many similarities between German and English phonological structure are thereby strikingly illustrated. The book's clarity of exposition will enable readers not wholly familiar with metrical phonology to appreciate fully the elegance of this model in, arguably, its most basic form.


German English Dictionary Second Edition

Author by : Langenscheidt
Languange : en
Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : This newly updated and revised edition of the classic dictionary features hundreds of new words reflecting recent cultural, political, and technological changes; full pronunciation keys for both German and English entries; examples illustrating correct usage and meaning; and much more. Original.


German And English

Author by : Christoph Friedrich Grieb
Languange : en
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German And English Sounds

Author by : Charles Hall Grandgent
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Degenerate Art

Author by : Fritz Kaiser
Languange : en
Publisher by : Blurb
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Description : In 1937, Germany's Nazi government staged an exhibition in Munich entitled "Entartete Kunst"-the official designation given to all "modern art" which was not strictly classicist or realist in nature. The exhibition was not merely designed to illustrate what the Nazis deemed "bad art," but had a political purpose. "Modern art" was deemed to be part of the overall assault on "German art" and culture by a Bolshevist-and largely Jewish-movement of "artists" who were working in tandem with the Communist movement to destroy German, and Western, civilization. Included in this "degenerate art" were all works classed as cubism, Dada, surrealism, symbolism, post-Impressionism and Fauvism. Germany's art museums were scoured for such works, and were declared forfeit to the state. When the exhibition finally closed, this guide-book, written by Fritz Kaiser, an official in the Reich Propaganda Ministry, was issued as a souvenir. This version consists of a high quality reproduction of the original German booklet, and then an English-language translation, neatly laid out in the place of the German text. A fascinating historical document. "'Works of art' which cannot be understood, cannot speak for themselves but require a verbose set of instructions in order to find some shy creature who patiently listens to such stupid and brazen nonsense, will from now on no longer reach the German People."-Adolf Hitler, 1937.


2001 German And English Idioms

Author by : Henry Strutz
Languange : de
Publisher by : Barron's snippet
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Description : "Completely bilingual Commonly used German and English idioms Illustrated with sample sentences"--Cover.