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February 21, 2023, Good News! Welcome Dr. Nafhesa Ali from Northumbria
University to give a speech at the 4th International Conference on Education
Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2023).
The 4th International Conference on Educational Innovation and Philosophical
Inquiries (ICEIPI 2023) will be held on August 7, 2023.
The 4th International Conference on Education Innovation and Philosophical
Inquiries (ICEIPI 2023) officially collaborated with the Special Issue
"International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education
(IJIOME)" on September 9, 2022
Prof. Paul R. Goldin from University of Pennsylvania, Prof. Enrico Palandri from
University College London, and Prof. Eric Patrick from Northwestern University
invited to be the keynote speakers of the 3rd International Conference on
Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2022) on June 25, 2022, whose
speeches mainly focused on Education, Humanities, and Arts.
The 3rd International Conference on Education Innovation and Philosophical
(ICEIPI 2022) was held online during August 4-9, 2022.
While translation is always indispensable in international communication and exchange, the value of translators always seems to be underestimated. As an intermediary between the source and target language, translators can and should play their subjectivity in the translation practice. The translators’ subjectivity can be further interpreted from a relevance theoretical approach. This theory believes that translators are responsible for leading the way of comprehension of the audience by building a most identical cognitive environment and avoiding misunderstanding. Translators also play the main role in the two ostensive-inferential communication processes between the author and the translator and between the translator and the audience. Specifically, this paper uses the relevance theory as a foundation to analyze how translators’ subjectivity is manifested in subtitle translation. It picks out three examples from the lines of a popular American sitcom and finds out that translators do use amplification, conversion, and other strategies to make the ostension in the target language more acceptable for the Chinese audience. From the theoretical basis, the author also gives suggestions for optimizing the translation to retain the same comic effect.
The paper analyzes the difference of simple past tense between Standard Swahili and English. Including time definition; sentence structures and word change; and environments when simple past tenses are used. Evidences and materials are collected from different sources, mainly focusing on published books and Swahili people’s usage. This essay compares two languages which provides a vertical view of the languages, improving Swahili grammar study.
As an auxiliary chatting method, WeChat emojis have played an important role in people’s language communication. As an emerging field, it has received extensive attention from linguistics in recent years. Based on the language meta-functions of Halliday, this paper will combine emoji with different age groups of people, and use multi-modal discourse analysis to deeply explore the ideational function, interpersonal function and textual function when different age groups use WeChat emoji and refine their internal reasons.
Essential to interpreting, note-taking skill training should be paid great attention to since it relates to the successful output of the target language. Especially for beginners, note-taking groundwork is indispensable, developing a good note-taking system of their own is a great start on the path to professional. This paper aims at assisting interpreters to formulate an efficient note-taking system or improving existing habits by applying schema theory which presents an efficient course to help intensify the note-taking ability.