Frame as a Proposition and Translation Unit

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In the practice of translation the unit of a proposition frequently coincides with the necessary and minimum volume to form the unit of translation. The logic of thought-to-speech process, which figurativeness may be interpreted by using frame structures, underlies the division of the full text into segments-units.

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N S Gusarova

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia

English Language Department № 3 International Journalism School


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